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O. Reg. 1/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE /LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 3/96 191 (/ 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—01—27 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1/96 

made under the 
LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Made: December 22, 1995 
Filed: January 8, 1996 

Amending Reg. 735 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Establishment of Local Roads Areas — Northwestern Region) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 735 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 210/95, 357/95 and 473/95. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 

1. Schedule 81 to Regulation 735 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 137 

NORTHERN LIGHT LAKE LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the unsurveyed territory lying west of the Township of 
Hardwick in the Territorial District of Thunder Bay shown outlined on 
Ministry of Transportation Plan N-6000-H1 filed with the Records 
Services Unit of the Ministry of Transportation at Thunder Bay on 
November 21, 1995. 



Al R\lladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on December 22, 1995. 



(2) Despite section 49, requirements for buildings and suiictures, 
including accessory buildings and structures, permitted on the land 
described in subsection (3), are as follows: 



1. 


Minimum distance from the 








front lot line 


9.0 


metres 


2. 


Minimum distance from 








northern lot line 


183.0 


metres 


3. 


Minimum distance from 








southern lot line 


92.0 


metres 


4. 


Minimum distance from the 








rear lot line 


92.0 


metres 


5. 
6. 


Maximum height 
Minimum distance from a 


11.0 


metres 




residential use lot 


60.0 


metres 



(3) Subsections (1) and (2) apply to that parcel of land in the 
geographic Township of Gibbons, in the District of Nipissing, being 
part of the west part of Broken Lot 12, Concession III, more particularly 
described as Parcel 26706, designated as Parts 1, 2 and 3 on Reference 
Plan 36R-6697, deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Nipissing (No. 36). 



Bryan O. Hiu, 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on December 22, 1995. 

4/96 



4/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 2/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: December 22, 1995 
Filed: January 9, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 40/85 

(Zoning Areas — District of Nipissing, Part of the 

districts of Nipissing and Sudbury) 

Since January 1, 1995, Ontario Regulation 40/85 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 403/95. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Ontario Regulation 40/85 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

55.2 (1) Despite section 4, the land described in subsection (3) is, 
for the purposes of this Order, land in an Exuactive Industrial Zone. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 3/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 2, 1996 
Filed: January 10, 1996 



ZONING AREAS— TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF 

SUDBURY, PART OF THE GEOGRAPHIC 

TOWNSHIP OF SHAKESPEARE 



Interpretation 



1. In this Order, 



"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or structure, means 
a use, building or structure that is normally incidental or subordinate 
to the principal use, building or structure on the same lot; 

"dwelling unit" means one or more habitable rooms capable of being 
occupied as an independent and separate housekeeping establish- 
ment in which separate kitchen and sanitary faciUties are provided 
for the exclusive use of the occupants; 



192 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

"exterior side yard" means a side yard immediately abutting a street; 



O. Reg. 3/96 



"front lot line" means the lot line that divides a lot from a street, private 
right of way, Crown shoreline reserve or high-water mark of a river 
or lake, and 

(a) in the case of a comer lot, the shorter line that abuts a street, 
private right of way. Crown shoreline reserve or high-water 
mark of a river or lake shall be the front lot line, and 

(b) in the case of a lot that abuts both a street or private right of way 
and the high-water mark of a river, lake or Crown shoreline 
reserve, the lot line abutting the high-water mark of a river or 
lake of Crown shoreline reserve shall be the fi-ont lot line; 

"front yard" means a yard extending across the full width of a lot 
between the front lot line and the nearest main wall of the main 
building or structure on the lot; 

"interior side yard" means a side yard other than an exterior side yard; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document legally capable of 
conveying land, or 

(b) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan of subdivision; 
"lot frontage" means, 

(a) the horizontal distance between parallel side lot lines of a lot, or 

(b) the distance between not parallel side lot lines of a lot measured 
on a line parallel to and 7.5 metres distant from the front lot line; 

"rear lot line" means the lot line opposite the lot's front lot line; 

"rear yard" means a yard extending across the full width of a lot 
between the rear lot line and the nearest main wall of the principal 
building or structure on the lot; 

"seasonal dwelling" means a building containing only one dwelling 
unit capable of being occupied for recreation but not as a permanent 
residence or home; 

"side lot line" means a lot line other than a front or rear lot line; 

"side yard" means a yard between the nearest main wall of the principal 
building or structure on a lot and the side lot line extending from the 
front yard to the rear yard; 

"street" means a public highway that is under the jurisdiction of the 
Province of Ontario or a local roads board, or a street within a 
registered plan of subdivision. 

Application 

2. This Order applies to land in the geographic Township of 
Shakespeare, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, more particularly 
described as blocks 11 to 16, inclusive, and Lots 1 to 10, inclusive, on 
Registered Plan 53M-I264, registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53). 

General 

3. (1) Every use of land and every erection, location or use of 
buildings or structures shall be in accordance with this Order. 



(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the use of any land, building or 
structure for any use prohibited by this Order if the land, building or 
structure is lawfijlly so used on the day this Order comes into force. 

(3) Nothing in this Order prevents the reconstruction of any building 
or structure that is damaged or desttoyed by causes beyond the control 
of the owner if the dimensions of the original building or structure are 
not increased or its original use altered. 

(4) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening or restoration to 
a safe condition of any building or structure. 

4. Every use of land and every erection, location or use of a building 
or structure shall have direct access to a streeL 

Open Space 

5. Every use of land and every erection or use of buildings or 
structures is prohibited on Block 11 on Plan 53M-1264, except for 
conservation uses, open space uses and access to water. 

Hazard Land 

6. No buildings or structures shall be permitted on blocks 14 to 16, 
inclusive, on Plan 53M-1264, except docks, uninhabitable boathouses, 
saunas, pumphouses, or buildings or structures intended for flood and 
erosion control. 

Seasonal Residential 

7. Every use of land and every erection, location or use of buildings 
or structures is prohibited on Lots 1 to 10, inclusive, and blocks 12 and 
13 on Plan 53M-1264, except one seasonal dwelling for each lot, 
together with accessory uses, buildings and structures. 

8. (1) Requirements for buildings and structures permitted by 
section 7 on Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 on Plan 53M-1264 are as follows: 



1. Minimum lot frontage 

abutting water 58 metres 

2. Minimum lot frontage 

abutting street 50 metres 

3. Minimum lot area 0.7 hectare 

4. Minimum front yard 15 metres 

5. Minimum rear yard 15 metres 

6. Minimum side yard 5 metres 

7. Total lot coverage for 

accessory buildings and 

structures 10 percent 

(2) Requirements for buildings and structures permitted by section 
7 on Lots 5 and 9 on Plan 53M-1264 are as follows: 



1 . Minimum lot frontage 

abutting water 

2. Minimum lot frontage 

abutting street 

3. Minimum lot area 

4. Minimum front yard 

5. Minimum rear yard 

6. Minimum side yard 

7. Total lot coverage for 

accessory buildings and 
structures 



46 



metres 



50 metres 

0.7 hectare 

15 metres 

15 metres 

5 metres 

10 percent 



O. Reg. 3/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



193 



(3) Requirements for buildings and structures permitted by section 
7 on Lots 6 and 7 on Plan 53M-1264 are as follows: 



1. 


Minimum lot frontage 
abutting water 




46 


metres 


2. 


Minimum lot frontage 
abutting street 




50 


metres 


3. 


Minimum lot area 




0.7 


hectare 


4. 


Minimum front yard 




15 


metres 


5. 


Minimum rear yard 




15 


metres 


6. 


Minimum side yard, Lot 6 


5 


metres 


7. 


Minimum northerly side 
Lot 7 


yard. 


5 


metres 


8. 


Minimum southerly side 
Lot 7 


yard, 


1 


metre 



9. Minimum setback of buildings 

and structures from limits 
of drainage easements 
described as parts 1 and 3 
on Reference Plan 
53R- 15481, deposited in 
the Land Registry Office 
for the Land Titles Division 
of Sudbury (No. 53) 

10. Minimum setback of 

accessory buildings, 
structures, or any other 
shoreline alterations from 
centre line of the Hydro 
easement described as parts 
1 and 2 on Reference Plan 
53R-15347, deposited in 
the Land Registry Office 
for the Land Titles Division 
of Sudbury (No. 53) 

Lot 6 
Lot 7 

11. Total lot coverage for 

accessory buildings and 
structures 



20 



50 
15 



10 



metres 



metres 
metres 



metres 



5. Minimum rear yard 

6. Minimum northerly side yard 

7. Minimum southerly side yard 

8. Total lot coverage for 

accessory buildings and 
structures 



15 


metres 


9 


metres 


5 


metres 



10 



per cent 



(6) Requirements for buildings and structures permitted by section 
7 on Lot 10 on Plan 53M-1264 are as follows: 



1. 


Minimum lot frontage 
abutting water 


60 


metres 


2. 


Minimum lot frontage 
abutting street 


50 


metres 


3. 


Minimum lot area 


0.7 


hectare 


4. 


Minimum front yard 


15 


metres 


5. 


Minimum rear yard 


15 


metres 


6. 


Minimum side yard 


5 


metres 


7. 


Total lot coverage for 







accessory buildings and 
structures 



10 percent 



(7) Requirements for buildings and structures permitted by section 
7 on blocks 12 and 13 on Plan 53M-1264 are as follows: 





abutting street 


80 


metres 


2. 


Minimum lot area 


1 


hectare 


3. 


Minimum front yard 


15 


metres 


4. 


Minimum interior side yard 


10 


metres 


5. 


Minimum exterior side yard 


15 


metres 


6. 


Minimum rear yard 


15 


metres 



7. Total lot coverage for 

accessory buildings and 
so^ctures 



10 



per cent 



Accessory Buildings and Structures 



(4) Despite subsection (3), no docks, uninhabitable boathouses, 
saunas or pumphouses shall be permitted and no other alteration to the 
shoreline shall be made to the west of the easement referred to in 
paragraph 10 of subsection (3). 

(5) Requirements for buildings and structures permitted by section 
7 on Lot 8 on Plan 53M-1264 are as follows: 



1. Minimum lot frontage 

abutting water 

2. Minimum lot frontage 

abutting street 

3. Minimum lot area 

4. Minimum front yard 



60 



metres 



50 metres 

0.7 hectare 

15 metres 



9. (1) Accessory buildings and structures permitted by section 7 shall 
not be used for human habitation. 

(2) Despite section 8, docks, saunas, uninhabitable boathouses and 
pumphouses may be located within a front yard. 



Brian Douglas Riddell 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 2, 1996. 



4/96 



194 O. Reg. 4/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 5/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 4/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 2, 1996 
Filed: January 10, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 834/81 
(Restricted Areas — District of Sudbury, 
, , Territorial District of Sudbury) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Ontario Regulation 834/81 has been 

-■ amended by Ontario Regulations 71/95, 171/95, 313/95, 

324/95, 325/95 and 451/95. For prior amendments, see the 

Tables of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the 

Statutes of Ontario, 1 994. 

1. The deHnition of "Cemeteries" in subsection 148 (1) of 
Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 834/81 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

"Cemetery" means land that is set apart or used as a place for the 
interment of the dead or in which human bodies have been buried. 



Bryan O. Hiu, 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 2, 1996. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 5/96 

made under the 
LOCAL ROADS BOARDS ACT 

Made: December 15, 1995 
Filed: January 11, 1996 

Amending Reg. 735 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Establishment of Local Roads Areas — Northwestern Region) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 735 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 210/95, 357/95, 473/95 and 1/96. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Regulation 735 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 14 

ABERDEEN AND MCMAHON LOCAL ROADS AREA 

All of the Township of Aberdeen and that portion of the Township of 
McMahon in the Territorial District of Algoma shown outlined on Min- 
istry of Transportation Plan N- 1309-4, filed with the Ministry of Trans- 
portation at Toronto on February 4, 1980. 

2. Schedule 41 to the Regulation is revoked. 

Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated at Toronto on December 15, 1995. 



4/% 



4/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 195 

INDEX 4 

GOVERNMENT NOTICES/ AVIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Motor Vehicle Transport Act, 1987/Loi de 1987 sur les transports routiers 145 

Ontario Highway Transport Board/Commission des transports routiers de l'Ontario 150 

Certificates of Incorporation/Certificats de constitution 151 

Cancellation of Certificates of Incorporation (Business Corporation Act)/Annulation de cenincats de constitution en 

personne morale (Loi sur les sociétés par actions) 160 

Letters Patent of Incorporation Issued/Emission de lettres constitutives 160 

Certificates of Amalgamation/Certificats de fusion 160 

Letters Patent of Amalgamation Issued/Emission de lettres patentes de fusion 168 

Certificate of Arrangement/Certificat d'arrangement 169 

Certificates of Continuance/Cenificats de continuation 169 

Transfer of Ontario Corporations/Transfert de compagnies constituées en Ontario 169 

Corrected Certificates of Amendments to Articles/Certificats de modifications de statuts corrigé 169 

Articles of Revival/Clauses de Reconstitution 176 

Supplementary Letters Patent Issued/Emission de lettres patentes supplémentaires 182 

Orders Reviving Corporate Powers/Ordonnance reconstituant les pouvoirs d'une compagnie 183 

Extra-Provincial Licences Endorsed/Inscription de permis extraprovinciaux 183 

Extra-Provincial Licences Terminated/Résiliation de permis extraprovinciaux 183 

Certificates of Dissolution/Certificats de dissolution 183 

Decisions on Applications for Audit Exemption/Décisions en matière de requête d'exemption 184 

Cancellation for Filing Default (Corporations Act)/Annulation pour omission de se conformer à une obligation 

de dépôt (Loi sur les personnes morales et associations) 184 

Errata Notice/ Avis d'Erreur 184 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Parlement provincial — Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 184 

Petitions to Provincial Parliament/Petitions au Parlement provincial 185 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 185 

CORPORATION NOTICES/ AVIS RELATIFS AUX COMPAGNIES 186 

NOTICE TO CREDITORS/ AVIS AUX CRÉANCIERS 186 

PARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION/CHANGES/DISSOLUTION DE SOCIETÉS/LA MODIFICATIONS 186 

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES/ AVIS DIVERS 187 

SHERIFFS' SALES OF LANDS/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR LE SHÉRIF 187 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDER/VENTES DE TERRAINS PAR APPEL 

D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 188 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT/ 

PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Local Roads Boards Act O. Reg. 1/96 191 

Local Roads Boards Act O. Reg. 5/96 194 

Planning Act O. Reg. 2/96 191 

Planning Act O. Reg. 3/96 191 

Planning Act O. Reg. 4/96 194 



196 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



NEW FROM VIENT DE PARAITRE DE 

*PUBLICATIONS ONTARIO* 



Beyond the Numbers: A new financial management and 

accountability framework for Ontario (#106085) . . $ 5.00 
Annual Report 1993-1994 Ontario Realty Corporation 

(#106057) $ 1.00 

Rapport annuel 1993-1994 Société immobilière de l'Ontario 

(#106058) $ 1.00 

Annual Report 1994-1995 Ontario Realty Corporation 

(#106059) $ I.PO 

Rapport annuel 1994-1995 Société immobilière de l'Ontario 

(#106060) $ 1.00 

Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulation for 

Diving Operations R.S.O.1990 Ch.0.1, O.Reg. 629/94 

R.R.O.1990, Reg. 834 August 1995 (#110111) .... $ 7.25 
Immunization - The Next Steps / L'immunisation - Les 

prochaines étapes (#106100) $ 2.00 

The Twentieth Annual Report of the Commission on 

Election Finances 1994 (#106066) $ 2.00 

Vingtième Rapport annuel de la Commission sur le 

financement des élections 1994 (#106067) $ 2.00 

L'éducation et l'équité en matière d'emploi pour les 

francophones (#106101) $ 5.00 

GO Transit Annual Report / Rapport annuel du Réseau GO 

1994-1995 (#106116) $ 2.50 

Drug Benefit Formulary Revised Dec. 8, 1995 / Formulaire 

du régime de médicaments gratuits Revisé le 

8 décembre 1995 (#106118) $ 5.00* 



Ail sales are subject to GST/ La TPS est perçue sur tous les achats 



For personal shopping: 
Publications Ontario 
880 Bay Street, Toronto 
Monday to Friday 
9 am to 5 pm 

For mail orders: 
Publications Ontario 
50 Grosvenor Street 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1N8 



Achat en personne : 
Publications Ontario 
880, rue Bay, Toronto 
du lundi au vendredi 
de 9h à 17h 

Commandes par correspondance; 
Publications Ontario 
50, rue Grosvenor 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1N8 



* + provincial sales tax / taxe de vente 



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197 



NEW FROM VIENT DE PARAITRE DE 

♦PUBLICATIONS ONTARIO* 



The Official Bus Handbook (#106019) $ 7.95 

The Official Off-Road Vehicles Handbook (#106021) . . . $ 4.95 

The Official Motorcycle Handbook (#106020) $ 7.95 

The Official Truck Handbook (#106022) $ 7.95 

The Official Air Brake Handbook (#106018) $12.95 

Final Report of the Income -Contingent Repayment Plan 

Symposium 1995 (#106051) $ 3.00 

Rapport du Colloque sur le programme de remoursement 

des prêts en fonction du revenu 1995 (#106052) . . $ 3.00 
Council for Franco-Ontarian Education Activity Report 

September 1991 - January 1994 / Le Conseil de 

l'éducation franco-ontarienne Rapport d'activités 

Septembre 1991 - Janvier 1994 (#106053) $ 3.50 

Ontario Labour Relations Board Reports August 1995 

(#106054) $24.00 

Guide for Design of Rapid Transit Stations 1995 

(#i06055) .... $25.00 

Planning and Implementation Commission Annual Report 

1993-94 / Commission de planification et de mise 

en oeuvre Rapport annuel 1993-1994 (#106056) . . . $ 3.50 

1996 Calendar / Calendrier (#106061) $ 4.95* 

1995 Annual Report Office of the Provincial Auditor 

(#106062) $ 4.00 

Rapport annuel 1995 Bureau du vérificateur provincial 

(#106063) $ 4.00 



Ail sales are subject to GST/ La TPS est perçue sur tous les achats 



For personal shopping: 
Publications Ontario 
880 Bay Street, Toronto 
Monday to Friday 
9 am to 5 pm 

For mail orders: 
Publications Ontario 
50 Grosvenor Street 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1N8 



Achat en personne : 
Publications Ontario 
880, rue Bay, Toronto 
du lundi au vendredi 
de 9h à 17h 

Commandes par correspondance 
Publications Ontario 
50, rue Grosvenor 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1N8 



* + provincial sales tax / taxe de vente 



198 



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NEW FROM VIENT DE PARAITRE DE 

*PUBLICATIONS ONTARIO* 



50 
00 
00 



Répertoire - Des services offerts au public 1996 

(#106117) $ 9.00* 

Setting the Benchmark: Reforming Ontario MPP Pensions 

and Compensations (#106140) $ 5.00 

Motorized Snow Vehicles Act / Loi sur les motoneiges 

R.S.O.1990 Ch.M.44 and regulations (#110040) . . $ 3.50 

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Annual 
Report / Ministère de l'Agriculture, de 
l'Alimentation et des Affaires rurales de l'Ontario 
Rapport annuel 1994-1995 (#106142) $ 3 

Education Funding in Ontario 1995 (#106119) $ 5 

Le financement de l'éducation en Ontario 1995 (#106120) $ 5 

Etablir un point de repère: réforme du régime de retraite 
et du programme de rémunération des députés de 
l'Ontario (#106141) $ 5.00 

Ontario Labour Relations Board Reports - September 1995 

(#106154) $24.00 

Municipal Financial Information / Information financière 

des municipalités 1993 $31.00 

Registry Act / Loi sur l'enregistrement des actes 

R.S.O.1990 Ch.R.20 and regulations October 1995 
(#110038) $14 

Motor Vehicle Repair Act / Loi sur les réparations de 
véhicules automobiles R.S.O.1990 Ch.M.43 and 
regulations October 1995 (#110166) $ 2 

Police Complaints Commissioner Annual Report 1994 / 
Bureau du commissaire aux plaintes contre la • 
police Rapport annuel 1994 (#106174) $ 5.00 



50 



00 



Ail sales are subject to GST/ La TPS est perçue sur tous les achats 



For personal shopping: 
Publications Ontario 
880 Bay Street, Toronto 
Monday to Friday 
9 am to 5 pm 

For mail orders: 
Publications Ontario 
50 Grosvenor Street 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1N8 



Achat en personne : 
Publications Ontario 
880, rue Bay, Toronto 
du lundi au vendredi 
de 9h à 17h 

Commandes par correspondance 
Publications Ontario 
50, rue Grosvenor 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1N8 



* + provincial sales tax / taxe de vente 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



199 




Ontario 



Introducing: 



Statutes of 

Ontario on 

CD-R^M 



In bilingual format, 
consolidated to October, 1994 



Prepaid orders only. All sales final. Make 

cheques or money orders 

payable to the Minister of Finance. 

MasterCard and VISA accepted. 



To order by phone, call 
(416)326-5300, 

or toll-free in Ontario 
1 800 668-9938. 



Place your order by writing to: 

Management Board Secretariat 

Publications Ontario 

50 Grosvenor Street, 

Toronto, Ontario 

M7A1N3 

or by visiting: 

Publications Ontario Bookstore 

880 Bay Street 

Toronto, Ontario 



® Ontario 



Du nouveau! 



Les lois de 

l'Ontario sur 

CD-R^M 



en anglais et en français, codifiées 
jusqu'en octobre 1994. 



Paiement exigé d'avance. Toutes les ventes 

sont finales. Faire le chèque ou le mandat à 

l'ordre du ministre des Finances. 

Cartes Mastercard et VISA acceptées. 



Commandes téléphoniques : 
(416)326-5300, 

ou 
1 800 668-9938 

(interurbain sans frais en Ontario). 



Commandes postales : 

Secrétariat du Conseil de gestion 

Publications Ontario 

50, rue Grosvenor 

Toronto (Ontario) 

M7A1N3 

Achat en personne : 

Librairie de Publications Ontario 

880, rue Bay 

Toronto (Ontario) 



200 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 




Information 

The Ontario Gazette is published each Saturday and advertisements must be received no later than Thursday 4 p.m., 
9 days before publication of the issue in which they should appear. 

Advertisements including the names of any signing officers must be typed or written legibly. Advertising rates are: $21.40 
per 25 mm for a single column and $44.85 per 25 mm for a double column + 7% G.S.T. payable in advance. 

Subscription rate is $126.50 + 7% G.S.T. for 52 weekly issues and the single copy price $2.90 + 7% G.S.T. payable in 
advance. All rates are subject to increases without notice. 

Cheques or money orders should be made payable to THE MINISTER OF FINANCE and all correspondence, including 
address changes, should be mailed to: 

The Ontario Gazette 

50 Grosvenor Street, Toronto, Ontario M7 A 1 N8 

Telephone 326-5310 

Toil-Free 1-800-668-9938 



Information 

La Gazette De L'Ontario paraît chaque samedi, et les annonces à y insérer doivent parvenir à ses bureaux le jeudi 
à 16 h au plus tard, soit au moins neuf jours avant la parution du numéro dans lequel elles figureront. 

Les annonces, ainsi que le nom des signataires autorisés, doivent être dactylographiées ou écrites lisiblement. Les tarifs sont 
de 21 ,40 $ par 25 mm, pour une colonne, et de 44,85 $ par 25 mm, pour deux colonnes + 7% T.P.S. (payable à l'avance). 

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1996—02—03 



ONTARIO REGULATION d/96 

made under the 
MINING ACT 

Made: November 1, 1995 
Filed: January 16, 1996 

ASSESSMENT WORK 



1. In this Regulation, 
"assessment year" means, 

(a) the year between the date of recording of a claim and the first 
anniversary date, and 

(b) the year between anniversary dates. 

2. Until a lease is applied for, the holder of a mining claim must 
perform and apply on that claim assessment work having the minimum 
value specified in Column 2 within the period specified in Column 1 : 



Column 1 



Column 2 



Number of assessment years Cumulative value of assessment 
after the recording of the claim work for each 16 hectare 

unit in the claim 

1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 and subsequent years 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 6/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES MINES 

pris le 1*'' novembre 1995 
déposé le 16 janvier 1996 

TRAVAUX D'ÉVALUATION 

1. La définition qui suit s'applique au présent règlement, 
«année d'évaluation» S'entend : 

a) de l'année comprise entre la date d'enregistrement d'un claim et 
la première date anniversaire; 

b) de l'année comprise entre les dates anniversaires. 

2. Jusqu'à ce qu'une demande de bail soit faite, le titulaire d'un 
claim exécute sur celui-ci et lui affecte des travaux d'évaluation de la 
valeur minimale précisée à la colonne 2 dans le délai précisé à la 
colonne 1 : 

Colonne 1 Colonne 2 

Valeur cumulative des travaux 
Nombre d'années d'évaluation d'évaluation pour chaque 

après l'enregistrement du claim unité de 16 hectares 

comprise dans le claim 



$ 


1 


S 


400 


2 


400 


800 


3 


800 


1200 


4 


1200 


1600 


5 


1600 


An additional $400 per year 


6 années et plus 


400 $ de plus par année 



3. (1) Expenses incurred by the holder of mining land are eligible 
for credit as assessment work if they are related to a type of work 
eligible for assessment work credit under this Regulation and if they are 
expenses related to, 

(a) labour and field supervision; 

(b) contractor's and consultant's fees; 

(c) supplies used and equipment rental; 

(d) food and lodging; 

(e) transportation of supplies from the point of procurement to the 
mining land; 

(f) shipment of samples; 

(g) the cost of assays and chemical analyses of samples from the 
mining land; 

(h) transportation of persons within Ontario to and from the mining 
land; and 

(i) moving of equipment to and from the mining land within 
Ontario. 



3. (1) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être 
accordés pour les dépenses engagées par le titulaire d'un terrain minier 
si elles sont reliées aux genres de travaux pour lesquels des crédits 
peuvent être accordés aux termes du présent règlement et qu'elles 
constituent des dépenses reliées : 

a) à la main-d'œuvre et à la supervision sur le terrain; 

b) au coût des entrepreneurs et des experts-conseils; 

c) aux fournitures et à la location de matériel; 

d) à la nourriture et au logement; 

e) au transfert des fournitures entre leur point d'acquisition et le 
terrain minier; 

f) à l'expédition des échantillons; 

g) au coût des essais et analyses chimiques effectués sur les 
échantillons provenant du terrain minier; 

h) au transport de personnes à destination et en provenance du 
terrain minier en Ontario; 

i) au déplacement du matériel à destination et en provenance du 
terrain minier en Ontario. 



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(2) Expenses related to rehabilitation work done in respect of 
reclamation of mining land are eligible for assessment work credit. 



(3) If the holder of mining land personally works on the land, that 
work is eligible for assessment work credit at a value based on industry 
standards for similar work. 



(4) Expenses are eligible for assessment work credit carried out for 
the purposes of exploration at a value based on industry standards for 
similar work if they are accompanied by a technical report under 
section 6 and one or more of sections 8 to 19. 



(5) Subject to section 8, assessment work is eligible for assessment 
work credit and assignment on condition that the work has been 
performed after the recording of a mining claim. 



4. (1) Subject to sections 8 and 21, assessment work performed on 
mining land in any assessment year is eligible for assessment work 
credit if filed within 60 months after the date of performance. 



(2) Despite subsection (1), assessment work performed before 
June 3, 1991 on leased, licensed and patented mining land, excluding 
mining claims, is not eligible for assessment work credit. 

(3) Assessment work filed for credit within 24 months after the date 
of performance shall be credited at 100 per cent of the value. 



(4) Assessment work filed for credit after 24 and before 60 months 
after the date of performance shall be credited at 50 per cent of the 
value. 

(5) At the request of the holder, 

(a) the recorder shall bank and carry forward approved assessment 
work credits indefinitely; and 

(b) banked assessment work credits may be applied against 
assessment work requirements for the unpatented mining claim 
on which they were earned or a contiguous unpatented mining 
claim, as provided in subsections 7(1) and (2), for the current 
assessment year and up to a maximum of five subsequent 
assessment years. 



(6) Assessment work credits referred to in clause (5) (a) may be 
applied to unpatented mining claims as provided in subsections 7(1) 
and (2). 

(7) The banked amount is a credit in respect of the relevant mining 
claim even if the claim is transferred or leased but reverts to zero if the 
claim is forfeited or otherwise terminated. 

(8) No unpatented mining claim may be put in good standing for 
more than the current assessment year and for more than five 
subsequent assessment years. 

5. Upon application, an extension of time under subsection 73 (1) 
of the Act may be granted for a period of not more than one year on the 
following conditions: 

1 . Assessment work requirements are filed and approved for the 
second assessment year of the claim. 

2. There is no deficiency of assessment work to be performed and 
filed under any previous extension of time granted for 
performing and filing assessment work. 



(2) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être accordés 
pour les dépenses reliées à des travaux de réhabilitation effectués pour 
la remise en état d'un terrain minier. 

(3) Si le titulaire d'un terrain minier travaille personnellement sur le 
terrain, des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être accordés 
pour ces travaux selon la valeur attribuée dans l'industrie à des travaux 
similaires. 

(4) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être accordés 
pour les dépenses engagées aux fins d'exploration selon la valeur 
attribuée dans l'industie à des travaux similaires si elles sont appuyées 
d'un rapport technique visé à l'article 6 et à l'un ou plusieurs des articles 
8 à 19. 

(5) Sous réserve de l'article 8, des crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation peuvent être accordés pour les travaux d'évaluation et 
ceux-ci peuvent être transférés s'ils ont été exécutés après 
l'enregistrement d'un claim. 

4. (1) Sous réserve des articles 8 et 21, des crédits dejours de travail 
d'évaluation peuvent être accordés pour les travaux d'évaluation 
exécutés sur un terrain minier au cours d'une année d'évaluation si un 
rapport à leur sujet est déposé dans les 60 mois qui suivent leur date 
d'exécution. 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe (1), des crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation ne peuvent pas être accordés pour les travaux d'évaluation 
exécutés avant le 3 juin 1991 sur un terrain minier donné à bail, visé par 
un permis et concédé par lettres patentes, à l'exclusion des claims. 

(3) Les travaux d'évaluation au sujet desquels un rapport est déposé 
dans les 24 mois qui suivent leur date d'exécution donnent droit à des 
crédits à 100 pour cent de leur valeur. 

(4) Les travaux d'évaluation au sujet desquels un rapport est déposé 
entre 24 et 60 mois après leur date d'exécution donnent droit à des 
crédits à 50 pour cent de leur valeur. 

(5) À la demande du titulaire : 

a) le registrateur met en réserve les crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation approuvés et les reporte indéfiniment; 

b) les crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation mis en réserve peuvent 
être affectés à des travaux d'évaluation qui doivent être exécutés 
pour l'année d'évaluation en cours et pour cinq années 
d'évaluation subséquentes au maximum sur le claim non 
concédé par lettres patentes à l'égard duquel les crédits ont été 
accordés ou sur des claims contigus non concédés par lettres 
patentes comme le prévoient les paragraphes 7 (1) et (2). 

(6) Les crédits dejours de travail d'évaluation visés à l'alinéa (5) a) 
peuvent être affectés à des claims non concédés par lettres patentes 
comme le prévoient les paragraphes 7 (l)et (2). 

(7) Le montant mis en réserve constitue un crédit à l'égard du daim 
pertinent même si celui-ci est cédé ou donné à bail, mais il revient à zéro 
s'il est mis fin au claim, notamment par déchéance. 

(8) Il ne peut être fait en sorte qu'un claim non concédé par lettres 
patentes remplisse les exigences voulues pour une période qui excède 
l'année d'évaluation en cours et les cinq années d'évaluation 
subséquentes. 

5. Sur requête, la prorogation des délais prévue au paragraphe 
73 (I) de la Loi peut être accordée pour une période d'au plus un an aux 
conditions suivantes : 

1 . Un rapport au sujet des U'avaux d'évaluation exigés est déposé et 
approuvé pour la deuxième année d'évaluation du claim. 

2. Il ne reste plus de travaux d'évaluation à exécuter ni de rapports 
à leur sujet à déposer par suite d'une prorogation précédente 
accordée aux fins d'exécution de travaux d'évaluation et de 
dépôt d'un rapport à leur sujet. 



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6. (1) All technical work reports must be filed in duplicate with the 
prescribed form and a statement of costs in the office of the recorder for 
the mining division in which the mining land is located. 



(2) The recorder shall forward a copy of the material filed to the 
Minister for approval. 

(3) The Minister may reject all or part of the assessment work 
submitted for work credit and may reduce a work credit if, 



(a) the assessment work has not in fact been carried out on the 
mining land; 

(b) the work report is incomplete; 

(c) the data presented in the work report is not in a comprehensible 
form; 

(d) the work report is not accompanied by adequate technical 
support data as required by this Regulation; 

(e) the cost claimed for assessment work credit exceeds the industry 
standard for similar work; 



(0 the assessment work is a duplication of previous work 
performed and reported; or 

(g) the data presented in the work report consists predominantly of 
expressions of opinion or compilations of previously published 
material and previously accepted documents. 

(4) If assessment work claimed is rejected for assessment work 
credit or a work credit is reduced, the Minister shall notify the holder 
of the mining land, in writing, of the reason in detail. 



(5) If, within 45 days after the date of the notification, the holder of 
the land files with the Minister a revised work report and the work credit 
requirements are met, the revised report shall be deemed to have been 
filed on the day the rejected work report was filed. 



(6) The Minister may reject all or part of the assessment work 
submitted for work credit if the holder of the land fails to verify the 
expenses claimed on the statement of costs within 45 days after a 
written request for verification is made by the Minister. 

(7) If no notification of rejection or reduction under subsection (4) 
or no request for verification of expenses is given by the Minister within 
90 days after the work report is filed, eligible assessment work 
described in the work report shall be deemed to be approved for 
assessment work credit. 



(8) If a mining claim is forfeited as a result of a rejection or 
reduction of assessment work credit, the land may not be staked until 
7 a.m. standard time on the day after the mining recorder notes on the 
record that the mining claim has been cancelled. 

7. (1) A person who is a holder of or has a beneficial interest in 
contiguous mining land, or who is an optionee of record of such land 
may perform on that land assessment work that is required to be 
performed on contiguous unpatented mining claims of which the 
person is a holder, in which the person has a beneficial interest or of 
which the person is an optionee of record at the time the assessment 
work is performed and reported. 

(2) If, subsequent to assessment work having been performed as 
authorized under subsection (1), another person becomes a holder of 
the contiguous mining land and the contiguous unpatented mining 
claims, has a beneficial interest in such land and claims or becomes an 
optionee of record of such land and claims, that person. 



6. (1) Les rapports de travaux techniques sont déposés en double 
exemplaire, accompagnés de la formule prescrite et d'un relevé des 
frais, au bureau du registrateur de la division des mines dans laquelle est 
situé le terrain minier. 

(2) Le registtateur fait parvenir un exemplaire des documents 
déposés au ministre aux fins d'approbation. 

(3) Le ministre peut rejeter la totalité ou une partie des travaux 
d'évaluation pour lesquels des crédits sont demandés et peut réduire 
ceux-ci si, selon le cas : 

a) les travaux d'évaluation n'ont pas été exécutés sur le terrain 
minier; 

b) le rapport des travaux est incomplet; 

c) les données contenues dans le rapport des ttavaux sont 
incompréhensibles; 

d) le rapport des travaux n'est pas appuyé de données techniques 
adéquates comme l'exige le présent règlement; 

e) le coût indiqué dans la demande de crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation dépasse la valeur attribuée dans l'industrie à des 
travaux similaires; 

f) les travaux d'évaluation ne sont qu'une répétition de travaux 
déjà exécutés qui ont déjà fait l'objet d'un rapport; 

g) les données présentées dans le rapport des travaux sont 
principalement des opinions ou des compilations d'ouvrages 
déjà publiés et de documents déjà acceptés. 

(4) Si des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation sont rejetés pour 
des travaux d'évaluation pour lesquels des crédits sont demandés ou que 
des crédits sont réduits, le ministre en avise le titulaire du terrain minier 
par écrit, avec motifs à l'appui. 

(5) Si, dans les 45 jours qui suivent la date de l'avis, le titulaire du 
terrain dépose auprès du ministte un nouveau rapport des travaux et que 
les exigences prévues pour l'obtention de crédits de jours de u-avail 
d'évaluation sont respectées, le nouveau rapport est réputé avoir été 
déposé le jour où le premier l'a été. 

(6) Le ministre peut rejeter la totalité ou une partie des travaux 
d'évaluation pour lesquels des crédits sont demandés si, dans les 45 
jours après qu'il lui en a fait la demande par écrit, le titulaire du terrain 
néglige de vérifier les dépenses indiquées dans le relevé des frais. 

(7) Si le ministre ne donne aucun avis de rejet ou de réduction visé 
au paragraphe (4) ou ne présente aucune demande de vérification des 
dépenses dans les 90 jours qui suivent le dépôt du rapport des travaux, 
les ttavaux d'évaluation admissibles décrits dans le rapport sont réputés 
approuvés aux fins d'obtention de crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation. 

(8) Si un claim fait l'objet d'une déchéance en raison du rejet ou de 
la réduction des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation, le terrain ne 
peut être jalonné avant 7 heures, heure normale, le lendemain du jour où 
le registrateur de claims inscrit au registre l'annulation du claim. 

7. (1) Quiconque est titulaire de terrains miniers contigus, a un 
intérêt bénéficiaire sur ces terrains ou est un optant enregistré à l'égard 
de tels terrains peut exécuter sur ceux-ci les travaux d'évaluation qui 
doivent être exécutés sur des claims contigus non concédés par lettres 
patentes dont la personne est titulaire, sur lesquels elle a un intérêt 
bénéficiaire ou à l'égard desquels elle est un optant enregistré au 
moment oil les travaux d'évaluation sont exécutés et font l'objet d'un 
rapport. 

(2) Si, une fois exécutés les travaux d'évaluation comme l'autorise 
le paragraphe (1), une autre personne devient titulaire des terrains 
miniers contigus et des claims contigus non concédés par lettres 
patentes, acquiert un intérêt bénéficiaire sur ces terrains et sur ces claims 
ou devient un optant enregistré à l'égard de ceux-ci, la personne peui : 



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(a) may report that assessment work performed on the mining land 
that has not been reported; and 

(b) may assign that assessment work reported with respect to the 
mining land to the contiguous unpatented mining claims. 

(3) Assessment work that is filed for assignment to contiguous 
unpatented claims must be accompanied by a certified abstract of the 
holder's title for the land or proof of a beneficial interest in the land. 



(4) The maximum value of the assessment work that may be 
assigned from an unpatented mining claim to a contiguous unpatented 
claim within contiguous mining land in any assessment year is $24,000 
per unit up to a maximum of $96,000. 



(5) The maximum value of assessment work that may be assigned 
from mining land other than from unpatented mining claims in an 
assessment year is $1 ,500 per hectare up to a maximum of $96,000. 



(6) For the purpose of subsection (4), the assessment year for all 
mining land except unpatented mining claims is the calendar year. 

8. (1) Only regional surveys and prospecting work performed on 
Crown land and mining rights that are open for staking before the 
recording of a mining claim are eligible for assessment work credit and 
assignment and then only if, 

(a) they were performed no earlier than 12 months before the 
recording date; and 

(b) a claim for the credit is submitted within one year following the 
recording date. 

(2) Regional surveys and prospecting are eligible for assessment 
work credit at a rate of 1 00 per cent of the costs in relation to any mining 
claim subsequently staked and recorded in the area covered by the 
survey or prospecting and at a rate of 25 per cent in relation to any other 
Crown land that is part of the survey or prospecting. 



(3) Work reported under subsection (2) must be banked on mining 
claims subsequently staked and recorded within the area covered by the 
survey or prospecting. 



(4) To obtain assessment work credit, the regional survey must be 
submitted in its entirety and must be accompanied by a survey report 
substantially in the form outlined in section II. 



(5) Prospecting work carried out in conformity with the Act and 
performed before or after the recording of a mining claim is eligible for 
assessment work credit at the industry standard labour rate plus 
expenses if a report, a plan and results of assays performed are 
submitted substantially in the form outlined in section 9. 



9. Prospecting work is eligible for assessment work credit if the 
holder of the claim submits. 



(a) a report, 

(i) describing in detail the nature and content of the work and 
the observations made during performance of the work, 

(ii) stating the dates on which the work was performed, 



a) d'une part, présenter un rapport au sujet des travaux d'évaluation 
exécutés sur les terrains miniers qui n'ont pas fait l'objet d'un 
rapport; 

b) d'autre part, transférer les travaux d'évaluation qui ont fait 
l'objet du rapport à l'égard des terrains miniers aux claims 
contigus non concédés par lettres patentes. 

(3) Le rapport au sujet des travaux d'évaluation qui est déposé aux 
fins de transfert à des claims contigus non concédés par lettres patentes 
est accompagné d'un extrait certifié conforme du titre du titulaire à 
l'égard des terrains ou d'une preuve d'un intérêt bénéficiaire sur les 
terrains. 

(4) La valeur maximale des travaux d'évaluation exécutés sur un 
daim non concédé par lettres patentes qui peut être transférée, dans des 
terrains miniers contigus, à un claim contigu non concédé par lettres 
patentes au cours d'une année d'évaluation est de 24 000 $ l'unité 
jusqu'à concurrence de 96 000 $. 

(5) La valeur maximale des travaux d'évaluation exécutés sur un 
terrain minier autre qu'un claim non concédé par lettres patentes qui 
peut êtte transférée au cours d'une année d'évaluation est de 1 500 $ 
l'hectare jusqu'à concurrence de % 000 $. 

(6) Pour l'application du paragraphe (4), l'année civile est l'année 
d'évaluation de tous les terrains miniers, à l'exception des claims non 
concédés par lettres patentes. 

8. (1) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation ne peuvent êtte 
accordés et des transferts ne peuvent être effectués que pour les travaux 
de prospection et les arpentages régionaux exécutés avant 
l'enregistrement d'un claim sur des terres de la Couronne et à l'égard de 
droits miniers ouverts au jalonnement et que si : 

a) les travaux de prospection ou d'arpentage ont été exécutés au 
plus tôt 12 mois avant la date d'enregistrement; 

b) la demande de crédits est présentée dans l'année qui suit la date 
d'enregistrement. 

(2) Des crédits de jours de u-avail d'évaluation peuvent être accordés 
pour les travaux de prospection et les arpentages régionaux au taux de 
100 pour cent du coût dans le cas d'un claim jalonné et enregistré 
subséquemment dans le secteur visé par les travaux d'arpentage ou de 
prospection et de 25 pour cent du coîit dans le cas d'une autre terre de 
la Couronne visée par les travaux. 

(3) Les travaux qui font l'objet d'un rapport en vertu du paragraphe 
(2) sont mis en réserve pour des claims subséquemment jalonnés et 
enregistrés dans le secteur visé par les travaux d'arpentage ou de 
prospection. 

(4) Pour donner droit à des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation, 
les arpentages régionaux doivent être présentés en entier et être 
accompagnés d'un rapport d'arpentage rédigé essentiellement selon ce 
qui est prévu à l'article 11. 

(5) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation au taux de base de 
l'industrie prévu pour la main-d'œuvre, plus le montant des dépenses, 
peuvent être accordés pour les travaux de prospection exécutés 
conformément à la Loi avant ou après l'enregisu-ement d'un daim si un 
rapport, un plan et les résultats des essais sont soumis essentiellement 
selon ce qui est prévu à l'article 9. 

9. Des crédits dejours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être accordés 
pour les ttavaux de prospection si le titulaire du daim soumet les 
documents et les renseignements suivants : 

a) un rapport : 

(i) décrivant en détail la nature et la teneur des travaux ainsi que 
les observations faites au cours de ceux-ci, 

(ii) indiquant les dates auxquelles les travaux ont été exécutés. 



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(iii) stating the licence numbers and names of persons who 
performed the work, and 

(iv) signed by the persons who performed the work; 



~ (b) a plan of the mining claim drawn in ink on durable paper at a 
scale of between 1 : 100 and 1 :5,000 showing, 

(i) the location of all traverses, 

(ii) the location of all outcrops investigated and rock types, 
mineralization and trenches, 

(iii) any established survey lines and stations, 

(iv) any roads, trails and other distinctive topographic features, 

(v) a graphic or bar scale and the north direction and indicating 
whether the bearing is astronomic or magnetic, 

(vi) the mining claim clearly identified by outline and claim post 
locations, 

(vii) the character of the overburden including boulders, clay, 
gravel, sand, and 

(viii) the distribution of swamp, muskeg and forest cover areas 
along ail lines traversed; and 

(c) within 60 days after the submission of the report referred to in 
clause (a), the location, sample numbers and results of all 
sampling and assays performed with appropriate certificates. 

10. (1) The types of physical work eligible for assessment work 
credit are, 

(a) manual and mechanical overburden stripping; 

(b) bedrock trenching; 

(c) shaft sinking; 

(d) driving adits; 

(e) open cutting; 

(f) digging pits; 

(g) recutting boundary claim lines once every five years; and 

(h) dewatering of underground workings. 

(2) Physical work submitted for assessment work credit must be 
supported by, 

(a) a brief report of work outlining, 

(i) the nature of the rocks and mineralization exposed, 

(ii) all assay results, with appropriate certificates, of any 
samples taken, 

(iii) the type of equipment used, 

(iv) the hours and dates that the equipment was used and the 
operator worked and the hourly rates for each, and 



(v) if there is any recuttmg of claim boundary lines, the location 
of claim lines, claim posts and geographic, geologic and 
exploration features; and 



(iii) indiquant le numéro de permis et le nom des personnes qui 
ont exécuté les travaux, 

(iv) portant la signature des personnes qui ont exécuté les 
travaux; 

b) un plan du claim dessiné à l'encre sur du papier résistant, à une 
échelle variant de 1/100 à 1/5 000, et montrant : 

(i) l'emplacement des cheminements graphiques, 

(ii) l'emplacement des affleurements examinés, des divers 
genres de roches, de la minéralisation et des tranchées, 

(iii) les lignes de levé et les stations d'arpentage établies, 

(iv) les routes, les sentiers et les autres caractéristiques 
topographiques, 

(v) une échelle graphique et la direction nord, en précisant s'il 
s'agit du nord astronomique ou magnétique, 

(vi) le claim, marqué clairement par l'emplacement des lignes de 
pourtour et des poteaux de claim, 

(vii) la nature des morts-terrains, notamment les rochers, l'argile, 
le gravier et le sable, 

(viii) la répartition des marécages, des fondrières et des forêts le 
long des lignes traversées; 

c) dans les 60 jours qui suivent la remise du rapport visé à l'alinéa 
a), l'emplacement, les numéros d'échantillons et les résultats des 
échantillonnages et des essais effectués, accompagnés des 
certificats appropriés. 

10. (1) Des crédits de jour de travail d'évaluation peuvent être 
accordés pour les genres de U'avaux physiques suivants : 

a) l'enlèvement manuel ou mécanique de morts-terrains; 

b) le creusage de tranchées dans le soubassement; 

c) le fonçage de puits; 

d) l'excavation de galeries d'écoulement; 

e) le creusage de tranchées ouvertes; 

f) l'excavation de puits; 

g) le recoupage des lignes de démarcation de claim une fois tous les 
cinq ans; 

h) l'élimination de l'eau des chantiers souterrains. 

(2) Les travaux physiques pour lesquels des crédits de jours de 
travail d'évaluation sont demandés sont appuyés des documents 
suivants : 

a) un bref rapport des travaux indiquant : 

(i) la nature des roches et de la minéralisation affleurées, 

(ii) les résultats des essais d'échantillons, accompagnés des 
certificats appropriés, 

(iii) le matériel utilisé, 

(iv) les heures et les dates auxquelles le matériel a été utilisé et 
auxquelles l'opérateur a travaillé, ainsi que le taux horaire 
dans chaque cas, 

(v) s'il y a recoupage des lignes de démarcation de claim, leur 
emplacement et celui des poteaux de claim, des 
caractéristiques géographiques et géologiques, ei des 
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(b) a legible, uncoloured, detailed map of the workings on durable 
paper at a scale between 1:5,000 and 1:10 suitable for 
photographic reproduction, showing, 

(i) the location of trenches and stripping areas in relation to the 
land disposition boundaries, claim lines, claim posts and 
topography, and any survey, grid or coordinate lines, survey 
stations, roads or trails. 



(ii) the dimension of workings, trenches and stripping, 

(iii) the nature of the rocks and mineralization exposed, 

(iv) the plan of sampling, and 

(v) a graphic or bar scale and the north direction and indicating 
whether the bearing is astronomic or magnetic. 

(3) Line cutting and ground control surveys are eligible for 
assessment work credit only if accompanied by a report of a geological, 
geochemical, geophysical or other survey performed on the lines. 



(4) Subsequent line cutting and ground control surveys are not 
eligible for assessment work credit unless new lines have been cut or 
the existing grid re-established for that survey. 



(5) The grid or picket lines on the surveys must be established and 
located with respect to base lines, claim posts and readily identifiable 
topographic features. 

11. (1) A geotechnical survey relating to geological, geochemical, 
geophysical, airborne geophysical or regional survey work is eligible 
for assessment work credit if a typewritten survey report is submitted 
on good quality paper suitable for reproduction. 



(2) The survey report must, 

(a) contain a table of contents and a list of illustrations; 

(b) identify the mining land on which the survey was performed; 



(c) give the names and addresses of the holders of the land covered 
by the survey; 

(d; identify the location of and means of access to the land; 

(e) contain a key map showing the land surveyed in relation to 
identifiable topographic features and township boundaries or 
established survey lines, stations or markers; 



(0 identify the author of the report; 

(g) give the names and addresses of the persons who supervised the 
survey; 

(h) give the dates during which the survey work was performed; 



(i) give a summary of the exploration and development work 
performed on the land; 

0) include all assays and analyses with appropriate certificates; 



(k) give an interpretation of anomalous values and a 
recommendation for further exploration; 

(1) provide a statement of qualifications of the person who 
conducted the survey and drafted the report; 



b) une carte détaillée et lisible des chantiers en noir et blanc, dressée 
à une échelle variant de 1/5 000 à 1/10 sur du papier résistant se 
prêtant bien à la reproduction photographique et montrant : 

(i) l'emplacement des tranchées et des secteurs de découverture 
par rapport aux limites de la disposition du terrain, aux lignes 
de démarcation de daim, aux poteaux de claim et à la 
topographie, ainsi qu'aux lignes de levé, aux lignes de 
quadrillage, aux coordonnées, aux stations d'arpentage, aux 
routes ou aux sentiers, 

(ii) la dimension des chantiers, des tranchées et des secteurs de 
découverture, 

(iii) la nature des roches et de la minéralisation affleurées, 

(iv) le plan d'échantillonnage, 

(v) une échelle graphique et la direction nord, en précisant s'il 
s'agit du nord astronomique ou magnétique. 

(3) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation ne peuvent être 
accordés pour les travaux de coupage de lignes et les levés terrestres de 
vérification que s'ils sont accompagnés du rapport d'un levé 
géologique, géochimique, géophysique ou autre effectué sur les lignes. 

(4) Aucun crédit de jours de travail d'évaluation ne peut être accordé 
pour les travaux de coupage de lignes et les levés terrestres de 
vérification subséquents, à moins que de nouvelles lignes n'aient été 
coupées ou que le quadrillage existant n'ait été rétabli pour ces levés. 

(5) Les lignes de quadrillage ou lignes de piquets figurant sur les 
levés sont situées par rapport aux bases géodésiques, aux poteaux de 
claim et aux caractéristiques topographiques facilement repérables. 

11. (I) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être 
accordés pour un levé géotechnique relié à des levés géologiques, 
géochimiques, géophysiques ou géophysiques aériens ou à des 
arpentages régionaux si un rapport d'arpentage dactylographié est 
remis sur du papier de bonne qualité se prêtant bien à la reproduction. 

(2) Le rapport d'arpentage : 

a) contient une table des matières et une liste des illustrations; 

b) indique le terrain minier sur lequel les travaux d'arpentage ont 
été exécutés; 

c) donne les nom et adresse des titulaires du terrain visé par les 
travaux d'arpentage; 

d) indique l'emplacement du terrain et les moyens d'y accéder; 

e) contient une carte principale montrant le terrain arpenté par 
rapport aux caractéristiques topographiques repérables et aux 
limites de canton ou par rapport aux lignes de levés, aux stations 
d'arpentage ou aux jalons d'arpentage établis; 

donne le nom de l'auteur du rapport; 

g) donne les nom et adresse des personnes qui ont supervisé les 
travaux d'arpentage; 

h) donne les dates auxquelles les travaux d'arpentage ont été 
exécutés; 

i) donne un résumé des travaux d'exploration et de mise en valeur 
exécutés sur le terrain; 

j) comprend les essais et les analyses, accompagnés des certificats 
appropriés; 

k) donne une interprétation des valeurs anormales et recommande 
les autres travaux d'exploration à exécuter; 

1) fournit un état des titres de compétence de la personne qui a 
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(m) give the date of completion of the report; 

(n) be signed by the author; and 

(o) contain a list of references or a bibliography. 

(3) Any geotechnical survey report submitted for assessment work 
credit must be accompanied by an uncoloured map or plan on durable 
paper or transparencies that uses a scale between 1:5,000 and 1:10 or, 
in the case of a regional survey, between 1:250,000 and 1:5,000 and 
shows, 

(a) traverse lines that have been run; 

(b) a graphic or bar scale and the north direction and indicating 
whether the bearing is astronomic or magnetic; 

(c) lakes, sU'eams and other notable topographic features, and 
railways, roads, trails, power lines, pipelines and buildings; 



(d) claim posts and boundary lines, township boundary lines, lot and 
concession lines, base lines, picket lines and traverse lines; 

(e) survey stations and markers in relation to topographic features; 
(0 any grid or coordinate lines established for reference purposes; 



(g) the mining claim, lease, patent or parcel numbers of all mining 
land covered by the survey; and 



(h) the printed name of the author of the accompanying report. 

(4) In areas where suitable base maps are not available, the key map 
may be plotted on aerial photographic mosaics at a scale between 
1:50,000 and 1:5,000. 

12. (I) A geological survey report submitted for assessment work 
credit must, in addition to complying with the requirements of 
subsection 11 (2), 

(a) contain a table of the rock types, lithologies and formations with 
their description; 

(b) describe the regional and property geology; 

(c) give descriptions of significant geological structures; 

(d) identify the character, attitudes and dimensions of any veins, 
mineralization and alteration found during the survey; and 



(e) identify the sources of geological data contained in the report if 
obtained from sources other than the survey being reported. 



(2) Any geological map or plan submitted in connection with a 
geological survey report must, in addition to complying with the 
requirements of subsection 1 1 (3), 

(a) contain a table of rock types, lithologies and formations with a 
descriptive list of the symbols used; 

(b) show outcrops designated by a letter or number corresponding 
to the rock type, lithologies and formations; 



(c) show the character of the overburden including boulder, clay, 
gravel or sand; 

(d) show the distribution of swamp, muskeg and forest cover areas 
along all lines traversed; 



m) donne la date d'achèvement du rapport; 
n) porte la signature de l'auteur; 
o) contient une liste de renvois ou une bibliographie. 

(3) Le rapport du levé géotechnique pour lequel des crédits de jours 
de travail d'évaluation sont demandés est accompagné d'une carte ou 
d'un plan u-acé en noir et blanc sur du papier résistant ou sur des 
transparents, qui est dressé à une échelle variant de 1/5 000 à 1/10 ou, 
dans le cas d'un arpentage régional, de 1/250 000 à 1/5 000, et qui 
montre : 

a) les lignes de cheminement qui ont été tracées; 

b) une échelle graphique et la direction nord, en précisant s'il s'agit 
du nord astronomique ou magnétique; 

c) les lacs, les cours d'eau et les autres caractéristiques 
topographiques notables ainsi que les voies ferrées, les routes, 
les sentiers, les lignes de U'ansport d'électricité, les pipelines et 
les bâtiments; 

d) les poteaux et les lignes de démarcation de claim, les limites de 
canton, les lignes de lot et de concession, les bases géodésiques, 
les lignes de piquets et les lignes de cheminement; 

e) les stations et les jalons d'arpentage par rapport aux 
caractéristiques topographiques; 

les lignes de quadrillage ou les coordonnées établies à des fms de 
référence; 

g) le numéro des daims, des baux, des lettres patentes ou des 
parcelles de tous les terrains miniers visés par les travaux 
d'arpentage; 

h) le nom, en lettres moulées, de l'auteur du rapport annexé. 

(4) Dans les secteurs où il n'existe aucun fond de carte acceptable, 
la carte principale peut être tracée sur des photomosaïques à une échelle 
variant de 1/50 000 à 1/5 000. 

12. (I) Le rapport du levé géologique pour lequel des crédits de 
jours de travail d'évaluation sont demandés respecte, outre les 
exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (2), les exigences suivantes : 

a) il contient un tableau des genres de roches, des lithologies et des 
formations ainsi que leurs descriptions; 

b) il décrit la géologie régionale et celle de la propriété; 

c) il décrit les sttuctures géologiques importantes; 

d) il indique la nature, la disposition et l'importance des filons, de 
la minéralisation et des altérations observés au cours des travaux 
d'arpentage; 

e) il donne les sources des données géologiques contenues dans le 
rapport si elles ne proviennent pas des travaux d'arpentage visés 
par le rapport. 

(2) La carte ou le plan géologique soumis à l'appui d'un rapport de 
levé géologique respecte, outre les exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (3), les 
exigences suivantes : 

a) il contient un tableau des genres de roches, des lithologies et des 
formations ainsi qu'une légende des symboles utilisés; 

b) il montre les affleurements au moyen d'une lettre ou d'un 
numéro correspondant au genre de roches, aux lithologies et aux 
formations; 

c) il montre la nature des morts-terrains, notamment les rochers, 
l'argile, le gravier et le sable; 

d) il montfe la répartition des marécages, des fondrières et des 
forêts le long des lignes traversées; 



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(e) show all observed and interpreted folds, schistosity, actual and 
indicated faults, attitudes of flows and stratified rocks, including 
strikes and dips, and the direction in which they face, locations 
and attitudes of actual and interpreted contacts and other 
structural features; 



(f) show zones of shearing, alteration or mineralization and veins; 



(g) show the location of trenches, test pits, shafts and adits; and 



(h) show, where known, the location, direction, dip and length of 
drill holes. 

(3) If available, the dimensions and grade of the mineral deposit, 
assay plans, and analyses must be submitted with the geological survey 
report. 

13. (1) Any geochemical survey report submitted for assessment 
work credit must, in addition to complying with the requirements of 
subsection 11 (2), 

(a) disclose and identify any geochemical data obtained in the 
report that has been obtained from any source other than the 
survey; 

(b) provide pertinent geological, topographic, ground water and 
surface water data with particular emphasis on the material 
being sampled; 

(c) describe the type, location and number of the samples collected 
and the tools used in collecting the samples; 

(d) in the case of soil samples, indicate the depth or range of depth 
below the surface and the particular soil horizon sampled; 

(e) in the case of samples of living vegetation, plant, humus or peat, 
describe the samples as specifically and completely as possible, 
including giving the plant name, species, part of the plant 
sampled, and location of the material sampled; 



(f) if only a part of the sample is to be used for analysis, indicate the 
procedure used to obtain this part of the sample or particular size 
fraction, and in any biochemical report indicate the sample 
preparation technique; 

(g) give the numbers of the samples and their analytical results, and 
state whether the analysis was made in the field, a field 
laboratory or a commercial laboratory and indicate the name of 
the laboratory; 

(h) give the weight of the sample used, extraction method, 
analytical method and elements determined; 

(i) give an estimate of the data variability, if calculated; 



(j) indicate the total number of sample stations and kilometres of 
line traversed; 

(k) give an analysis of the geochemical data by mathematical or 
other means in order to establish background, threshold and 
anomalous values; 

(1) describe the possible causes of background and threshold and 
anomalous values, relating the anomalous values to known or 
speculated causes; and 

(m) give an evaluation of the significance of anomalous values 
together with recommendations for further exploration. 

(2) Any geochemical map or plan submitted in connection with a 
geochemical survey report must, in addition to complying with the 
requirements of subsection 1 1 (3), 



e) il montre les plis observés et interprétés, la schistosité, les failles 
réelles et indiquées, la disposition des écoulements et des roches 
stratifiées, y compris les directions et les pendages, ainsi que leur 
orientation, l'emplacement et la disposition des surfaces de 
contact réelles et interprétées et les autres caractéristiques 
structurales; 

f) il montre les zones de cisaillement, d'altération ou de 
minéralisation ainsi que les filons; 

g) il montre l'emplacement des tranchées, des forages d'essai, des 
puits et des galeries d'écoulement; 

h) il montre, lorsqu'ils sont connus, l'emplacement, la direction, le 
pendage et la longueur des trous de forage. 

(3) S'ils sont disponibles, les dimensions et la qualité du gisement, 
les plans d'essais et les analyses sont remis avec le rapport de levé 
géologique. 

13. (1) Le rapport du levé géochimique pour lequel des crédits de 
jours de travail d'évaluation sont demandés respecte, outre les 
exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (2), les exigences suivantes : 

a) il divulgue les données géochimiques contenues dans le rapport 
qui ne proviennent pas des travaux d'arpentage; 



b) il fournit des données pertinentes sur la géologie, la topographie, 
les eaux souterraines et les eaux de surface, en mettant l'accent 
sur les matériaux échantillonnés; 

c) il décrit le genre et la quantité d'échantillons prélevés et leur 
emplacement ainsi que les outils utilisés pour le prélèvement; 

d) dans le cas d'échantillons de sols, il indique la ou les profondeurs 
et l'horizon du sol échantillonnés; 

e) dans le cas d'échantillons de tourbe, d'humus, de plantes ou 
d'autres végétaux vivants, il décrit les échantillons de façon 
aussi complète que possible, en donnant notamment le nom et 
l'espèce de la plante, la partie échantillonnée et leur 
emplacement; 

f) si seulement une partie de l'échantillon est censée être analysée, 
il indique la procédure suivie pour obtenir cette partie ou cette 
fraction d'une dimension particulière et, dans le cas d'un rapport 
biochimique, il indique la technique de préparation utilisée; 

g) il donne le numéro des échantillons et les résultats de leur 
analyse, précise si celle-ci a été faite sur place, dans un 
laboratoire de campagne ou dans un laboratoire commercial, et 
indique le nom du laboratoire; 

h) il donne le poids des échantillons utilisés, la méthode 
d'extraction, la méthode d'analyse et les éléments déterminés; 

i) il donne une estimation de la variabilité des données, si elle a été 
calculée; 

j) il indique le nombre total de stations d'échantillonnage et de 
kilomètres de lignes traversées; 

k) il donne l'analyse des données géochimiques, sous forme 
mathématique ou autre, de façon à établir les valeurs de fond, les 
valeurs de seuil et les valeurs anormales; 

1) il décrit les causes possibles des valeurs de fond, des valeurs de 
seuil et des valeurs anormales, en reliant ces dernières à des 
causes connues ou hypothétiques; 

m) il évalue l'importance des valeurs anormales et recommande les 
autres travaux d'exploration à exécuter. 

(2) La carte ou le plan géochimique soumis à l'appui d'un rapport de 
levé géochimique respecte, outre les exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (3), 
les exigences suivantes : 



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(a) show all station points and sample numbers and any other maps 
of assay results, where produced; 



(b) provide a legend or explanation to identify the units plotted with 
clear definitions of all abbreviations used on the map; 

(c) show profiles or contours as determined from the analytical 
results of the survey and give the vertical scale where profiles 
are used; and 

(d) show the printed name of the author of the related geochemical 
report. 

(3) A geochemical survey is not eligible for assessment work credit 
unless copies of all the certified analytical results are submitted. 

14. (1) Any geophysical survey report submitted for assessment 
work credit must, in addition to complying with the requirements of 
subsection 11 (2), 

(a) identify the name, type and model of the instrument used to 
perform the survey, specifying the scale constant or sensitivity; 



(b) describe the method of survey and the use of the instrument and 
operational technique; 

(c) specify the total distance of line traversed for each type of 
survey performed; 

(d) give the background count for radiometric readings; 

(e) identify the sources of any geophysical or geological data 
contained in the report or shown on the accompanying 
illustrations which have been obtained from any source other 
than the survey being reported; 

(f) give an analysis of the geophysical data to better define the 
geometrical and physical parameters of the anomalous zones; 



(g) describe the possible causes of background and anomalous 
values relating the latter to known or speculated causes; and 



(h) give a brief evaluation of the significance of anomalous values 
and recommendations for further exploratory work. 

(2) Any geophysical map or plan submitted in connection with a 
geophysical survey report must, in addition to complying with the 
requirements of subsection 1 1 (3), 

(a) show all station points, the values of readings taken and the units 
measured such as gammas, degrees, milliamps, milligals, 
milliseconds and ohmmeters, and dimensionless units such as 
per cent and ratios; 



(b) show basic numerical data and filtered data if available; 



(c) indicate total radiation units or radiation units from uranium, 
thorium or potassium separately or in combination for 
radiometric surveys on land; 

(d) show, where appropriate, the location of a topographic feature as 
a main base control point; 



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(e) show profiles or contours as determined from the values 
obtained by the survey and give the vertical scale where profiles 
are used; 



a) il montre les points de station et le numéro des échantillons ainsi 
que d'autres cartes où figurent des résultats des essais, si elles 
sont produites; 

b) il fournit une légende ou une explication des unités tracées et des 
définitions claires de toutes les abréviations utilisées sur la carte; 

c) il montre les profils ou les contours déterminés à partir des 
résultats d'analyse du levé et donne l'échelle verticale lorsque 
des profils sont utilisés; 

d) il donne le nom, en lettres moulées, de l'auteur du rapport 
géochimique pertinent. 

(3) Aucun crédit de jours de travail d'évaluation ne peut être accordé 
pour un levé géochimique, à moins que des copies de tous les résultats 
d'analyse certifiés ne soient soumises. 

14. (1) Le rapport du levé géophysique pour lequel des crédits de 
jours de travail d'évaluation sont demandés respecte, outre les 
exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (2), les exigences suivantes : 

a) il donne le nom, le genre et le modèle de l'instrument utilisé pour 
effectuer le levé, en en précisant la constance ou sensibilité de 
graduation; 

b) il décrit la méthode d'arpentage et l'utilisation de l'instrument et 
de la technique opérationnelle; 

c) il précise la distance totale des lignes traversées pour chaque 
genre de levé effectué; 

d) il donne le compte de départ pour les lectures radiométriques; 

e) il donne les sources des données géophysiques ou géologiques 
contenues dans le rapport ou figurant sur les illustrations qui 
l'accompagnent si elles ne proviennent pas des travaux 
d'arpentage visés par le rapport; 

f) il donne l'analysé des données géophysiques de façon à mieux 
définir les paramètres géométriques et physiques des zones 
anormales; 

g) il décrit les causes possibles des valeurs de fond et des valeurs 
anormales, en reliant ces dernières à des causes connues ou 
hypothétiques; 

h) il évalue brièvement l'importance des valeurs anormales et 
recommande les autres travaux d'exploration à exécuter. 

(2) La carte ou le plan géophysique soumis à l'appui d'un rapport de 
levé géophysique respecte, outre les exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (3), 
les exigences suivantes : 

a) il montre les points de station, les valeurs des lectures effectuées 
et les unités mesurées comme les gammas, les degrés, les 
milliampères, les milligals, les millisecondes et les ohm-mètres, 
ainsi que les unités sans dimensions comme les pourcentages et 
les taux; 

b) il montre les données numériques de base et les données épurées 
si elles sont disponibles; 

c) il indique les unités de radiation totales ou les unités de radiation 
provenant de l'uranium, du thorium ou du potassium séparément 
ou en combinaison aux fins de levés radiométriques au sol; 

d) il montre, si cela est approprié, l'emplacement de la 
caractéristique topographique qui sert de principal point de 
repère; 

e) il montre les profils ou les contours déterminés à partir des 
valeurs obtenues du levé et donne l'échelle verticale lorsque des 
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(f) contain a legend or explanation indicating how the measured 
units in clause (a) are plotted, anomalous zones are indicated and 
spurious suspect readings are identified and indicating the 
radiometric background count; and 



(g) contain an outcrop map where a radiometric survey has been 
performed. 

15. (1) Any airborne geophysical survey report submitted for 
assessment work credit must, in addition to complying with the 
requirements of subsection 1 1 (2), 

(a) identify the manufacturer, type and model of all instruments 
used in the performance of the survey specifying the scale 
constant or sensitivity and the accuracy of the survey; 



(b) specify the method of ground control related to flight path 
recovery, ground speed and the terrain clearance of the aircraft 
used in the performance of the survey; and 

(c) specify the flight-line spacing, the total distance flown over the 
entire survey and the distance flown over the mining land in 
respect of which the assessment work is to be credited. 



(2) Any geophysical map or plan submitted in connection with an 
airborne geophysical survey report must, in addition to complying with 
the requirements of subsection 1 1 (3), 

(a) contain a base map or photo mosaic showing all lakes, streams 
and other notable topographic features, and all railways, roads, 
trails, power lines, pipe lines and buildings; and 



(b) show, as appropriate, profiles or contours representing electro- 
magnetic and magnetic responses determined from the readings 
obtained by the survey, stating the units measured with values 
indicated at convenient regular intervals along the flight lines. 



16. (1) Exploratory drilling by core or non-core method, including 
diamond or core drilling, and other drilling such as percussion, reverse 
circulation and auger drilling, is eligible for assessment work credit if 
the holder of the mining land submits legible drill hole logs, suitable for 
photographic reproduction, in duplicate, a drilling plan and a drill hole 
section. 



(2) The drill hole logs must, 

(a) identify the hole by number; 

(b) give the mining claim numbers or mining land numbers on 
which the hole is drilled; 

(c) indicate the location of the drill hole collar in relation to the grid 
line coordinates, claim posts and identifiable geographic 
reference points; 

(d) indicate the angle and azimuth of the hole; 

(e) indicate the size of the core, or the diameter of the drill hole if 
bored other than by core drilling; 

(f) state the starting and completion dates of the drilling; 

(g) state the name of the drill contractor; 

(h) state the storage location of the core or drill sample material; 

(i) indicate the thickness of overburden in the core drilling holes; 



f) il contient une légende ou une explication montrant comment les 
unités mesurées visées à l'alinéa a) sont tracées, comment les 
zones anormales sont indiquées et comment les lectures 
douteuses ou fausses sont identifiées, en précisant le compte 
radiométrique de départ; 

g) il contient une carte des affleurements lorsqu'un levé 
radiométrique a été exécuté. 

15. (1) Le rapport du levé géophysique aérien pour lequel des 
crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation sont demandés respecte, outre les 
exigences du paragraphe 1 1 (2), les exigences suivantes : 

a) il donne le nom du fabricant, le genre et le modèle des 
instruments utilisés dans l'exécution du levé, en précisant la 
constance ou sensibilité de graduation de ceux-ci et l'exactitude 
du levé; 

b) il précise la méthode de contrôle au sol servant à déterminer les 
lignes de vol ainsi que la vitesse au sol et la hauteur de vol de 
l'appareil utilisé dans l'exécution du levé; 

c) il précise l'intervalle entre les lignes de vol, la distance totale 
parcourue au-dessus de l'ensemble du secteur arpenté et la 
distance parcourue au-dessus du terrain minier à l'égard duquel 
les crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation doivent être accordés. 

(2) La carte ou le plan géophysique soumis à l'appui d'un rapport de 
levé géophysique aérien respecte, outre les exigences du paragraphe 
1 1 (3), les exigences suivantes : 

a) il contient un fond de carte ou une photomosaïque montrant les 
lacs, les cours d'eau et les autres caractéristiques topographiques 
notables ainsi que les voies ferrées, les routes, les sentiers, les 
Ugnes de transport d'électricité, les pipelines et les bâtiments; 

b) il montre, si cela est approprié, les profils ou les contours 
représentant les réponses électromagnétiques et magnétiques 
déterminées à partir des lectures obtenues du levé, en précisant 
les unités mesurées et en indiquant les valeurs obtenues à des 
intervalles réguliers pratiques le long des lignes de vol. 

16. (1) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être 
accordés pour le forage d'exploration, notamment par carottage ou par 
forage au diamant, et pour d'autres forages comme le forage à 
percussion, le forage par circulation inverse et le forage à tarière, si le 
titulaire du terrain minier remet, en double exemplaire, des rapports de 
forage lisibles qui se prêtent bien à la reproduction photographique ainsi 
qu'un plan de forage et une coupe du trou de forage. 

(2) Les rapports de forage : 

a) donnent le numéro de trou; 

b) donnent les numéros du daim ou du terrain minier où le trou est 
creusé; 

c) indiquent l'emplacement de l'orifice du trou par rapport aux 
coordonnées de quadrillage, aux poteaux de daim et aux repères 
géographiques identifiables; 

d) indiquent l'angle et l'azimut du trou; 

e) indiquent les dimensions de la carotte, ou le diamètre du trou de 
forage s'il est creusé autrement que par la méthode du carottage; 

donnent les dates de commencement et d'achèvement des 
travaux de forage; 

g) donnent le nom de l'entrepreneur des travaux de forage; 

h) donnent le lieu où est entreposé le matériel d'échantillonnage par 
forage, notamment par carottage; 

i) indiquent l'épaisseur des morts-terrains dans les trous de 
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(j) adequately describe all geological units encountered in terms of 
their thickness, composition, colour, textures, structure, grain 
size, degree of sorting, mineralization and alteration, as 
appropriate; 

(k) indicate the total depth of penetration of the drill hole in bedrock 
and unconsolidated material; 

(1) indicate the location and type of all samples taken for assay or 
physical tests; 

(m) state the date of completion of the log; 

(n) contain the printed name of the author of the logs; 

(o) provide a legend of all symbols or abbreviations used in the logs; 

(p) include assay values for sections assayed; and 
(q) be signed by the author of the logs. 

(3) The drilling plan map must be on durable paper, suitable for 
photographic reproduction, and, 

(a) be at a scale between 1:5,000 and 1:10; 

(b) contain a graphic or bar scale and show the magnetic north and 
the declination; 

(c) show all lakes, streams and other notable topographic features, 
and all relative cultural features such as railways and power 
lines; 

(d) accurately show all mining land boundaries, claim posts, 
township boundary lines, roads, lot and concession lines, base 
lines, picket lines and survey boundaries and stations, where 
identifiable, in relation to topographic features; 

(e) show the location of drill hole collars and the numbers, angles 
and depths of all drill holes in relation to clauses (2) (c), (d) and 
(e) in such a manner that relocation of the hole is simplified; and 

(f) include, where available, assayed intervals and assay averages. 

(4) The drill hole section must be on durable paper, suitable for 
photographic reproduction, and, 

(a) indicate the rock types or type of material intersected; 

(b) be at a scale between 1:5,000 and 1:10; 

(c) contain a graphic or bar scale; 

(d) give the astronomic azimuth of the hole; 

(e) show coordinate lines corresponding with those shown on the 
drilling map; 

(f) indicate the total length of the hole; 

(g) contain a legend for codes or symbols corresponding to 
unconsolidated materials, mineralization and structure; 

(h) show the location of the unconsolidated materials and 
mineralization designated by code or symbol corresponding to 
those mentioned in clause (g); 

(i) show the number of the mining claim or mining land on which 
the hole is drilled; 

(j) show the number and angle of the drill hole; and 

(k) include, where available, assayed intervals and assay averages. 



j) décrivent adéquatement les unités géologiques rencontrées, en 
en précisant l'épaisseur, la composition, la couleur, la texture, la 
structure, la grosseur de grain, le degré de triage, la 
minéralisation et les altérations, selon ce qui est approprié; 

k) indiquent la profondeur de pénétration totale du trou de forage 
dans le soubassement et les matériaux non consolidés; 

1) indiquent l'emplacement et le genre des échantillons prélevés 
aux fins d'essais ou de tests physiques; 

m) donnent leur date d'achèvement; 

n) contiennent le nom en lettres moulées de leur auteur; 

o) fournissent une légende des symboles ou abréviations qui y sont 
utilisés; 

p) incluent les valeurs des essais effectués sur les coupes; 

q) portent la signature de leur auteur. 

(3) La carte du plan de forage est tracée sur du papier résistant se 
prêtant bien à la reproduction photographique et : 

a) est dressée à une échelle variant de 1/5 000 à 1/10; 

b) contient une échelle graphique et montre le nord magnétique 
ainsi que la déclinaison; 

c) montre les lacs, les cours d'eau et les autres caractéristiques 
topographiques notables, ainsi que les éléments rapportés, 
comme les voies ferrées et les lignes de transport d'électricité; 

d) montre avec exactitude les lignes de démarcation du terrain 
minier, les poteaux de claim, les limites de canton, les routes, les 
lignes de lot et de concession, les bases géodésiques, les lignes 
de piquets, et les limites et les stations d'arpentage, lorsqu'ils 
sont repérables, par rapport aux caractéristiques topographiques; 

e) montre l'emplacement des orifices de trous de forage ainsi que 
les numéros, les angles et les profondeurs des trous par rapport 
aux renseignements exigés par les alinéas (2) c), d) et e) de 
façon à en faciliter le repérage; 

f) inclut, si possible, les intervalles auxquels les essais ont été 
effectués et la moyenne des essais. 

(4) La coupe du trou de forage est tracée sur du papier résistant se 
prêtant bien à la reproduction photographique et : 

a) indique les genres de roches ou de matériaux intersectés; 

b) est dressée à une échelle variant de 1/5 000 à 1/10; 

c) contient une échelle graphique; 

d) donne l'azimut astronomique du trou; 

e) montre les coordonnées correspondant à celles figurant sur la 
carte de forage; 

f) indique la longueur totale du trou; 

g) contient une légende des codes ou des symboles correspondant 
aux matériaux non consolidés, à la minéralisation et à la 
structure; 

h) montre l'emplacement des matériaux non consolidés et de la 
minéralisation au moyen de codes ou de symboles correspondant 
à ceux mentionnés à l'alinéa g); 

i) montre le numéro du daim ou du terrain minier où le trou est 
creusé; 

j) montre le numéro et l'angle du trou; 

k) inclut, si possible, les intervalles auxquels les essais ont été 
effectués et la moyenne des essais. 



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(5) Overburden drilling designed specifically to sample unconsoli- 
dated materials is eligible for assessment work credit if the holder of the 
land submits legible drill hole descriptive logs, a drilling plan map and 
a drill hole graphic section. 



(6) The drill hole descriptive logs must be suitable for photographic 
reproduction, in duplicate, and, 

(a) describe the stratigraphy of the materials encountered as to type 
of material, thickness, colour, textures, structure, grain size, 
degree of sorting and mineralization; and 

(b) describe the type of bedrock penetrated, if reached. 

(7) The drilling plan map must be on durable paper, suitable for 
photographic reproduction, and, 

(a) be at a scale between 1 :5,000 and 1:10; 

(b) contain a graphic or bar scale and show the north direction 
indicating whether astronomic or magnetic; 

(c) show all lakes, streams and other notable topographic features, 
and all railways, roads, trails, power lines, pipelines and 
buildings; 



(d) accurately show all claim boundary lines, lot and concession 
lines, base lines, picket lines and survey boundaries and stations 
in relation to topographic features; 

(e) show the coordinate lines established for reference purposes; 

(f) show the location of drill hole collars, the numbers and angles 
of all drill holes in relation to topographic features and survey, 
grid and coordinate lines; and 



(g) show survey stations and markers in such a manner that they can 
be located on the ground by persons unfamiliar with the area. 



(8) The drill hole graphic section must be on durable paper, suitable 
for photographic reproduction, and, 

(a) illustrate the overburden, the rock types and mineralization 
intersected; 

(b) contain a graphic or bar scale; 

(c) give the azimuth direction of the hole indicating whether 
astronomic or magnetic; 

(d) show coordinate lines corresponding with those shown on the 
drilling plan map and UTM coordinates if possible; 

(e) indicate the total length of the hole; 

(f) contain a legend indicating by letters, numbers or symbols the 
unconsolidated materials and mineralization intersected in the 
hole; 

(g) show the location of the unconsolidated materials and 
mineralization designated by letters, numbers or symbols 
corresponding with those in the legend mentioned in clause (f); 



(h) show the number of the mining claim or mining land on which 
the hole is drilled; and 

(i) show the number of the drill hole. 



(5) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être accordés 
pour le forage de morts-terrains destiné expressément à l'échantillon- 
nage des matériaux non consolidés, si le titulaire du terrain remet des 
rapports descriptifs lisibles sur le trou de forage, une carte du plan de 
forage et une coupe graphique du trou. 

(6) Les rapports descriptifs du trou de forage se prêtent bien à la 
reproduction photographique, sont remis en double exemplaire et : 

a) décrivent la stratigraphie des matériaux rencontrés en en 
précisant le genre, l'épaisseur, la couleur, la texture, la structure, 
la grosseur de grain, le degré de triage et la minéralisation; 

b) décrivent le genre de soubassement, si celui-ci a été atteint. 

(7) La carte du plan de forage est tracée sur du papier résistant se 
prêtant bien à la reproduction photographique et : 

a) est dressée à une échelle variant de 1/5 000 à 1/10; 

b) contient une échelle graphique et montre la direction nord, en 
précisant s'il s'agit du nord astronomique ou magnétique; 

c) montre les lacs, les cours d'eau et les autres caractéristiques 
topographiques notables ainsi que les voies ferrées, les routes, 
les sentiers, les lignes de transport d'électricité, les pipelines et 
les bâtiments; 

d) montre avec exactitude les lignes de démarcation de claim, les 
lignes de lot et de concession, les bases géodésiques, les lignes 
de piquets, et les limites et les stations d'arpentage par rapport 
aux caractéristiques topographiques; 

e) montre les coordonnées établies aux fins de référence; 

f) montre l'emplacement des orifices des trous de forage ainsi que 
les numéros et les angles des trous par rapport aux caractéris- 
tiques topographiques et aux lignes de levé, aux lignes de 
quadrillage et aux coordonnées; 

g) montre les stations et les jalons d'arpentage de manière à ce que 
des personnes non familières avec le secteur puissent les repérer 
sur le terrain. 

(8) La coupe graphique du trou de forage est tracée sur du papier 
résistant se prêtant bien à la reproduction photographique et : 

a) illustre les morts-terrains, les genres de roches et la 
minéralisation intersectés; 

b) contient une échelle graphique; 

c) donne l'azimut du trou, en précisant s'il s'agit de l'azimut 
astronomique ou magnétique; 

d) montre les coordonnées correspondant à celles figurant sur la 
carte du plan de forage et les coordonnées UTM, si possible; 

e) indique la longueur totale du trou; 

f) contient une légende indiquant au moyen de lettres, de numéros 
ou de symboles les matériaux non consolidés et la minéralisation 
intersectés dans le trou; 

g) montre l'emplacement des matériaux non consolidés et de la 
minéralisation au moyen de lettres, de numéros ou de symboles 
correspondant à ceux figurant dans la légende mentionnée à 
l'alinéa 0; 

h) monU'e le numéro du daim ou du terrain minier où le trou est 
creusé; 

i) montre le numéro du trou de forage. 



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(9) A holder of mining land who performs a program of diamond 
drilling or overburden drilling on it is eligible for an assessment work 
credit, in addition to that otherwise permitted under this section, for all 
expenses and labour costs associated with the drill core submission for 
assessment work credit, if. 



(9) Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation, outre ceux que 
prévoit par ailleurs le présent article, peuvent être accordés au titulaire 
d'un terrain minier qui réalise un programme de forage au diamant ou 
de forage de morts-terrains sur celui-ci, pour l'ensemble des dépenses 
et des coûts de la main-d'œuvre liés à la remise de la carotte de sondage 
pour laquelle des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation sont demandés. 



(a) the appropriate resident geologist receives at least two weeks 
notice of the drill core or drill sample submission together with 
all relevant drill logs; and 

(b) the holder of mining land delivers all or requested portions of the 
drill core or drill samples to the appropriate drill core storage 
facility in accordance with the instructions of the resident 
geologist. 

(10) For the purpose of clause (9) (b), delivery includes the 
following: 

1. Each drill log, containing all relevant information as required in 
section 16 associated with the drill core submission, must be 
forwarded to the resident geologist at least two weeks before the 
drill core is delivered. 

2. All drill core submissions must be made within a minimum of 30 
days before the anniversary date of the mining land in question. 

3. All drill core submissions must be properly palletised, labelled, 
strapped, covered and placed, as necessary, within the drill core 
storage facilities according to Ministry of Northern Develop- 
ment and Mines specifications and in accordance with the 
instructions of the resident geologist. 

4. Sorting forms that identify the assigned Ministry of Northern 
Development and Mines drill hole number, footage contained 
within each drill core box, pallets on which the core boxes are 
stored, and pallets location within the drill core storage 
compound must be properly completed. 



5. All drill core submissions must be delivered on either wooden or 
steel pallets that meet the specifications of the Ministry of 
Northern Development and Mines. 

6. The number of core boxes on each pallet must not exceed 45. 



7. The holder of mining land is responsible for transportation and 
other costs associated with the rental or use of fork lifts or similar 
equipment required to unload and place pallets of drill core and 
the costs associated with snow removal at the drill core storage 
facilities to enable winter drill core submissions. 



A Declaration of Assessment Work form with a Statement of 
Cost for Assessment Work Credit for all costs for materials and 
rental services associated with drill core submissions and labour 
costs, including costs of labelling, palletising, strapping, 
covering and placing the palletised drill core as required, must 
be submitted to the mining recorder for verification after the drill 
core has been delivered. Receipts may be required on demand 
to verify expenditures. 



The holder of mining land must comply with all operational and 
safety procedures in accordance with the instructions of the 
Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, the resident 
geologist or the geologist's agent, when delivering drill core and 
performing the required activities. 



a) d'une part, le géologue en poste concerné reçoit un avis d'au 
moins deux semaines de la remise de la carotte de sondage ou de 
l'échantillon de forage, accompagné de tous les rapports de 
forage pertinents; 

b) d'autre part, le titulaire du terrain minier livre la totalité ou les 
parties demandées de la carotte de sondage ou des échantillons 
de forage à l'installation de stockage des carottes de sondage 
appropriée, conformément aux directives du géologue en poste. 

(10) Pour l'application de l'alinéa (9) b), la livraison comprend les 
exigences suivantes : 

1 . Chaque rapport de forage, qui contient tous les renseignements 
pertinents exigés par l'article 16 et liés à la remise de la carotte 
de sondage, est envoyé au géologue en poste au moins deux 
semaines avant la livraison de la carotte de sondage. 

2. Les carottes de sondage qui sont remises doivent l'être au moins 
30 jours avant la date anniversaire du terrain minier visé. 

3. Les carottes de sondage qui sont remises doivent être 
correctement palettisées, étiquetées, attachées, recouvertes et 
placées, le cas échéant, dans les installations de stockage des 
carottes de sondage conformément aux normes du ministère du 
Développement du Nord et des Mines et aux directives du 
géologue en poste. 

4. Doivent êtte remplies correctement les formules de triage qui 
indiquent le numéro du trou de forage attribué par le ministère du 
Développement du Nord et des Mines, la longueur en pieds de la 
carotte de sondage que renferme chaque caisse, les palettes sur 
lesquelles sont stockées les caisses de carottes et l'emplacement 
des palettes dans le lieu de stockage des carottes de sondage. 

5. Les carottes de sondage qui sont remises doivent être livrées sur 
des palettes en bois ou en acier qui satisfont aux normes du 
ministère du Développement du Nord et des Mines. 

6. Un maximum de 45 caisses de carottes peuvent être chargées sur 
une palette. 

7. Le titulaire d'un terrain minier est responsable du transport et des 
autres coûts liés à la location ou à l'utilisation des lève-palettes 
ou du matériel semblable nécessaire pour décharger et placer les 
palettes de caisses de carottes, ainsi que des coûts liés à 
l'enlèvement de la neige aux installations de stockage des 
carottes de sondage afin de permettre la remise de carottes de 
sondage en hiver. 

8. La formule de déclaration des travaux d'évaluation exécutés et 
le relevé des frais en vue d'obtenir des crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation à l'égard de tous les coûts engagés pour les 
matériaux et les services de location liés à la remise de carottes 
de sondage et à l'égard des coûts de la main-d'œuvre, y compris 
les coûts engagés pour étiqueter, palettiser, attacher, recouvrir et 
placer comme il se doit la carotte de sondage palettisée, sont 
présentés au registrateur de claims à des fins de vérification après 
la livraison de la carotte de sondage. Des reçus peuvent être 
demandés pour la vérification des dépenses. 

9. Le titulaire d'un terrain minier se conforme à toutes les 
formalités opérationnelles et à toutes les règles de sécurité 
conformément aux directives du ministère du Développement du 
Nord et des Mines, du géologue en poste ou de son mandataire, 
lorsqu'il livre la carotte de sondage et qu'il exécute les 
opérations voulues. 



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(11) No person shall destroy the value of drill core except that the 
holder of the mining land may do so in the normal course of exploration 
or mining. 

(12) A holder of mining land shall not abandon a drill core without 
notifying the resident geologist of its storage location. 

(13) Drill core must be cross-piled in an orderly manner to a height 
not exceeding 1 .5 metres at a distance of not closer than 61 .5 metres to 
any permanent water bodies or waterways before it is abandoned. 



(14) Samples shall not be stored or abandoned closer than 61.5 
metres to any permanent water bodies or waterways. 



17. The results of beneficiation, geochemical testing or other 
special studies of assaying and analyses are eligible for assessment 
work credit if the results. 



(a) include a summary listing of all types of work performed, the 
cost of the work and the mining claim, lease, patent or parcel 
numbers of the land on which the work was carried out; 



(b) where assays or analyses are reported, include the assay 
certificates and a plan at a scale of between 1:5,000 and 1:10 
clearly identifying the location of each sample by number, letter 
or grid coordinate designation and showing the assay results; 
and 

(c) where assays or analyses are reported for core or non core 
drilling, indicate the intervals, in metres, at which the samples 
were taken. 

18. The following are eligible for assessment work credit if 
accompanied by a report substantially in the form outlined in section 1 1 
and by adequate technical support data: 

1 . Airphoto and remote imagery interpretations. 

2. Downhole geophysics. 

3. Metallurgical testing and bulk sampling. 

4. Industrial mineral testing and marketing. 

5. Underwater geophysics. 

6. Microscopic studies. 

7. Environmental studies. 

8. Digitized base maps prepared to Ontario Basic Mapping 
Standards. 

9. Applications of new methodology or presentation of previously 
submitted field data which contribute new information to the 
geotechnical data base. 

19. (1) No assessment work credit shall be given for rehabilitation 
work for advanced exploration and mine sites until the Director of Mine 
Rehabilitation has approved the rehabilitation work. 



(2) If the rehabilitation work submitted for assessment work credit 
is found to be absent, fraudulent or incomplete, the Director of Mine 
Rehabilitation shall notify the recorder and the Minister shall reduce 
the assessment work credit accordingly. 



(11) Nul ne doit détruire la valeur de la carotte de sondage, à 
l'exception du titulaire du terrain minier, qui peut le faire dans le cours 
normal de ses activités d'exploration ou d'exploitation minière. 

(12) Le titulaire d'un terrain minier ne doit pas abandonner une 
carotte de sondage sans aviser le géologue en poste du lieu de stockage. 

(13) Avant d'être abandonnées, les carottes de sondage sont 
empilées de manière ordonnée à une hauteur qui n'excède pas 1 ,5 mètre 
et à une distance minimale de 61,5 mètres d'une étendue d'eau ou voie 
navigable permanente. 

(14) Les échantillons ne doivent pas être stockés ni abandonnés à 
moins de 61,5 mètres d'une étendue d'eau ou voie navigable 
permanente. 

17. Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être 
accordés pour les résultats des études d'enrichissement, des études 
géochimiques ou d'autres études spéciales portant sur des essais et des 
analyses si ces résultats : 

a) comprennent un sommaire des genres de travaux exécutés, les 
coûts de ceux-ci ainsi que le numéro des daims, des baux, des 
lettres patentes ou des parcelles du terrain où les travaux ont été 
exécutés; 

b) dans le cas d'essais ou d'analyses, comprennent les certificats 
d'essais et un plan, dressé à une échelle variant de 1/5 000 à 
1/10, qui indique clairement l'emplacement de chaque 
échantillon au moyen d'un numéro, d'une lettre ou d'une 
coordonnée de quadrillage et qui montre les résultats des essais; 

c) dans le cas d'essais ou d'analyses pour des travaux de forage, 
notamment par carottage, indiquent les intervalles en mètres 
auxquels les échantillons ont été prélevés. 

18. Des crédits de jours de travail d'évaluation peuvent être 
accordés pour les travaux suivants s'ils sont accompagnés d'un rapport 
rédigé essentiellement selon ce qui est prévu à l'article 1 1 et appuyés de 
données techniques adéquates : 

1. Les interprétations de photos aériennes et d'images de 
télédétection. 

2. La géophysique de fond. 

3. Les essais métallurgiques et l'échantillonnage en vrac. 

4. La mise à l'épreuve et la commercialisation des minéraux 
industriels. 

5. La géophysique sous-marine. 

6. Les études microscopiques. 

7. Les études environnementales. 

8. Les fonds de carte numériques, dressés conformément aux 
normes de cartographie de base de l'Ontario. 

9. Les applications de nouvelles méthodes ou la présentation de 
données sur le terrain déjà soumises qui enrichissent la base de 
données géotechniques. 

19. (I) Aucun crédit de jours de travail d'évaluation ne peut être 
accordé pour les travaux de réhabilitation pour l'exploration avancée et 
les emplacements de mines, à moins que le directeur de la réhabilitation 
minière ne les ait approuvés. 

(2) Si les travaux de réhabilitation pour lesquels des crédits de jours 
de travail d'évaluation sont demandés n'ont pas été exécutés, sont 
frauduleux ou sont inachevés, le directeur de la réhabilitation minière en 
avise le registrateur et le ministre réduit les crédits de jours de travail 
d'évaluation en conséquence. 



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20. If subsection 81 (16) or 95 (5) of the Act applies, an additional 
$4,400 per 16 hectare unit of assessment work or $4,400 per 16 hectare 
unit cash in lieu of work is required for the excess area. 



21. (1) Ontario Regulations 116/91, 251/91 and 263/91 are 
revoked. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), subsections 7 (3) and (4) of Ontario 
Regulation 116/91 continue to apply for a period of one year from 
the day this Regulation comes into force to mining claims recorded 
before the day this Regulation comes into force and on which 
assessment work was either on record before that day or was filed 
within one year from that day. 



22. This Regulation comes into force 45 days after it is filed. 



5/96 



20. Si le paragraphe 81 (16) ou 95 (5) de la Loi s'applique, une 
somme supplémentaire de 4 400 $ par unité de 16 hectares est versée, 
sous forme de travaux d'évaluation ou en espèces, pour la superficie 
excédentaire. 

21. (1) Les Règlements de l'Ontario 116/91, 251/91 et 263/91 sont 
abrogés. 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe (1), les paragraphes 7 (3) et (4) du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 116/91 continuent de s'appliquer, pendant 
une période d'un an à compter du jour de l'entrée en vigueur du 
présent règlement, aux daims enregistrés avant le jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur du présent règlement et pour lesquels des rapports au sujet 
de travaux d'évaluation ont été enregistrés avant ce jour, ou sont 
déposés au plus tard un an à compter de ce jour. 

22. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur 45 jours après son 
dépôt. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 7/96 

made under the 
MINING ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 7/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES MINES 



Made: November 1, 1995 
Filed: January 16, 1996 

CLAIM STAKING 

1. (1) In this Regulation, 

"contiguous" means an unbroken chain of spatially linked unpatented, 
patented or leased mining claims or other mining land. 



(2) In this Regulation, a reference to area shall be read as meaning 
that area, more or less, and a reference to a distance shall be read as 
meaning that distance, more or less. 

(3) In this Regulation, an annulled part of a subdivided township 
shall be deemed to be unsurveyed territory. 

CijMM Staking in Unsurveyed Territory 

2. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a mining claim in 
unsurveyed territory must be staked so that it, 

(a) consists of one or more square 16 hectare units; 

(b) has a contiguous area of not less than 16 hectares and not more 
than 256 hectares; 

(c) has boundaries running only north and south and east and west 
asU'onomically; and 

(d) has the form of a rectangle. 

(2) A mining claim may have a boundary that is coterminous with 
the boundary of an area that is not open for staking as long as all other 
boundaries of the claim are staked so that the claim conforms as closely 
as possible to the requirements set out in subsection (1). 

(3) A boundary of a mining claim may change direction where it is 
coterminous with land not open for staking, at an intersection of an 
existing survey or claim boundary, at a claim post or at a monument of 
adjacent land or existing township fabric. 



(4) If a mining claim consists of two or more 16 hectare units, line 
posts must be erected along the perimeter of the claim at 400 metre 
intervals. 



pris le 1" novembre 1995 
déposé le 16 janvier 1996 

JALONNEMENT DES CLAIMS 

1. (1) La définition qui suit s'applique au présent règlement. 

«contigu» S'entend d'une chaîne ininterrompue de claims ou d'autres 
terrains miniers reliés dans l'espace et soit non concédés par lettres 
patentes, soit concédés par lettres patentes, soit donnés à bail. 

(2) Dans le présent règlement, la mention d'une superficie 
s'interprète comme étant à peu près cette superficie, et la mention d'une 
distance s'interprète comme étant à peu près cette distance. 

(3) Dans le présent règlement, une partie annulée d'un canton déjà 
subdivisé est réputée un territoire non arpenté. 

Jalonnement des claims dans un territoire non arpenté 

2. (1) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2) et (3), le claim situé dans un 
territoire non arpenté est Jalonné de la manière suivante : 

a) il se compose d'une unité carrée ou plus de 16 hectares; 

b) il couvre une superficie contiguë d'au moins 16 et d'au plus 
256 hectares; 

c) ses hmites ont seulement des directions astronomiques nord et 
sud et est et ouest; 

d) il est de forme rectangulaire. 

(2) Le claim peut avoir une limite qui est commune à la limite d'un 
secteur non ouvert au Jalonnement à condition que toutes les auues 
limites du claim soient Jalonnées de manière à ce que le daim soit le plus 
conforme possible aux exigences énoncées au paragraphe (1). 

(3) Une limite d'un claim peut changer de direction soit lorsqu'elle 
est commune à un terrain non ouvert au jalonnement, soit à 
l'intersection d'une limite d'un levé ou d'une limite d'un claim, à un 
poteau de claim ou à la borne d'un terrain adjacent ou d'une structure 
cantonale. 

(4) Si le claim se compose de deux unités ou plus de 16 hectares, des 
poteaux de ligne de démarcation sont érigés le long du périmètre du 
claim à des intervalles de 400 mètres. 



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(5) The size of a mining claim must, as nearly as practicable, be a 
multiple of 16 hectares except if the claim comprises an irregular area 
of land described in section 3. 

(6) The boundaries of a mining claim extend downwards vertically 
on all sides. 

(7) The length of any boundary of a mining claim must not exceed 
3,200 metres and must not exceed four times the length of any other 
boundary. 

(8) The measurements of the boundaries of a mining claim are 
horizontal distances. 

3. ( I ) An irregular area of land lying adjacent to land, or to land 
under water, that is not open for staking may be staked with boundaries 
coterminous to the land, or land under water, that is not open for staking 
if the mining claim otherwise conforms, as nearly as practicable, to all 
the requirements set out in section 2, except subsection 2 (7). 

(2) An irregular area of land under water lying adjacent to land, or 
to land under water, that is not open for staking may be staked with 
boundaries coterminous to the land, or land under water, that is not open 
for staking if the mining claim otherwise conforms, as nearly as 
practicable, to all the requirements set out in section 2, except 
subsection 2 (7). 

(3) The boundaries of an irregular claim staked under subsections ( 1 ) 
or (2) must be marked by the erection of line posts along them at 400 
metre intervals. 

(4) Despite subsection (3), the erection of line posts is not required 
along an irregular claim boundary that is a water boundary. 

(5) An irregular claim boundary that is a water boundary need only 
be marked by the erection of corner posts along the boundary line as 
close as practicable to where the claim boundary meets the water 
boundary. 

(6) In subsections (4) and (5), 

"water boundary" means the high water mark, unless otherwise defined 
in the existing alienation. 

4. In addition to applying to the staking of mining claims in 
unsurveyed territory, sections 2 and 3 apply to the staking of mining 
claims in areas of surveyed territory designated by the Minister if, in the 
Minister's opinion, the survey fabric in those areas is so difficult to 
ascertain that it is not reasonable to expect a person staking a claim 
there to do so in accordance with sections 5, 6 and 7. 



Claim Staking in Surveyed Territory 

5. (1) Subject to subsections (2), (3) and (4), a mining claim in 
surveyed territory must be staked so that it, 

(a) has an area of not more than 256 hectares and not less than the 
minimum size set out in this section; 

(b) has boundaries coincident with or parallel to section, lot, 
concession or range lines established by the original survey; and 



(c) has the shape of a rectangle or parallelogram. 

(2) A mining claim is not required to have the area referred to in 
clause ( 1 ) (a) if, 

(a) there is insufficient land open for staking to allow for 
compliance; and 

(b) the claim is otherwise staked so as to meet the requirements of 
subsection (1) as closely as practicable in the circumstances. 



(5) La dimension d'un claim est, dans la mesure du possible, un 
multiple de 16 hectares, sauf si le claim comprend un secteur irrégulier 
visé à l'article 3. 

(6) Les limites d'un claim descendent verticalement dans le sol de 
tous les côtés. 

(7) Nulle limite d'un claim ne doit dépasser 3 200 mètres de long, 
ni quatre fois la longueur d'une autre limite. 



(8) Les limites d'un daim sont mesurées horizontalement. 



3. (1) Un secteur irrégulier qui est adjacent à un terrain, submergé 
ou non, non ouvert au jalonnement peut être jalonné avec des limites 
communes à ce terrain, si le daim est par ailleurs le plus conforme 
possible aux exigences énoncées à l'article 2, à l'exception du 
paragraphe 2 (7). 

(2) Un secteur irrégulier submergé qui est adjacent à un terrain, 
submergé ou non, non ouvert au jalonnement peut être jalonné avec des 
limites communes à ce terrain, si le claim est par ailleurs le plus 
conforme possible aux exigences énoncées à l'article 2, à l'exception du 
paragraphe 2 (7). 



(3) Les limites d'un claim irrégulier jalonné en vertu du paragraphe 
(1) ou (2) sont indiquées en érigeant des poteaux de ligne de 
démarcation le long de celles-ci à des intervalles de 400 mètres. 

(4) Malgré le paragraphe (3), l'érection de poteaux de ligne de 
démarcation n'est pas nécessaire le long d'une limite irrégulière d'un 
claim qui est une limite d'une étendue d'eau. 

(5) La limite irrégulière d'un claim qui est une limite d'une étendue 
d'eau ne doit être indiquée que par l'érection de poteaux d'angle le long 
de la limite le plus près possible du croisement de la limite du claim et 
de la limite d'une étendue d'eau. 

(6) La définition qui suit s'applique aux paragraphes (4) et (5) 

«limite d'une étendue d'eau» S'entend de la ligne des hautes eaux, sauf 
définition contraire dans l'aliénation existante. 

4. Outre qu'ils s'appliquent au jalonnement de daims dans un 
territoire non arpenté, les articles 2 et 3 s'appliquent au jalonnement de 
daims dans les secteurs d'un territoire arpenté désignés par le ministre 
si, à son avis, la structure de l'arpentage dans ces secteurs est tellement 
difficile à déterminer qu'il n'est pas raisonnable de s'attendre qu'une 
personne qui jalonne un claim à cet endroit puisse le faire conformément 
aux articles 5, 6 et 7. 

JaiX)NNEMENT des claims dans un territoire arpenté 

5. (1) Sous réserve des paragraphes (2), (3) et (4), le daim situé 
dans un territoire arpenté est jalonné de la manière suivante : 

a) il couvre une superficie d'au plus 256 hectares et a au moins la 
dimension minimale mentionnée au présent article; 

b) ses limites coïncident avec les lignes de rang, de concession, de 
lot ou de section établies au moment du levé original, ou y sont 
parallèles; 

c) il a la forme d'un rectangle ou d'un parallélogramme. 

(2) Le daim n'a pas à couvrir la superficie visée à l'alinéa (1) a) si 
les conditions suivantes sont réunies : 

a) la superficie du terrain ouvert au jalonnement est insuffisante 
pour permettre le respect de cette exigence; 

b) dans les circonstances, le jalonnement du claim est par ailleurs le 
plus conforme possible aux exigences du paragraphe (1). 



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(3) A mining claim is not required to be in the shape of a rectangle 
or parallelogram as required by clause (1) (c) if the claim, 

(a) is not in that shape so that it may conform to the land that is open 
^ for staking; and 

(b) is otherwise staked so as to meet the requirements of subsection 
(1) as closely as practicable in the circumstances. 

(4) A mining claim may have a boundary that is coterminous with 
the boundary of an area that is not open for staking as long as all other 
boundaries of the claim are staked so that the claim conforms as closely 
as possible to the requirements set out in subsection (1). 

(5) If the mining claim consists of two or more units, line posts must 
be erected along the perimeter of the claim at 400 metre intervals and 
at all locations where the comer of a lot or subdivision of a section lies 
on the perimeter of the claim. 

(6) Where irregular boundaries exist, the line posts must be erected 
to mark out the boundaries as nearly as practicable. 



(7) The boundaries of a mining claim extend downwards vertically 
on all sides. 

(8) The length of any boundary of a mining claim must not exceed 
3,200 metres and must not exceed four times the length of any other 
boundary. 

(9) The measurements of the boundaries of a mining claim are 
horizontal distances. 

(10) Subject to sections 6 and 7, a mining claim may consist of any 
combination of contiguous lots or parts of lots, quarter sections or 
subdivisions of a section according to the township fabric but must not 
deviate from the township fabric. 

(11) Every survey of a mining claim, 

(a) must describe the parts of the lots or sections shown in the 
original township survey that are included within the perimeter 
of the claim, together with their areas; 

(b) is governed by the lot and concession lines established by an 
existing survey and not by the location of corner posts and line 
posts; and 

(c) must follow the boundaries of the mining claim that are 
coterminous with land that is not open for staking, if any. 

(12) In a township surveyed into sections of 260 hectares that are 
subdivided into quarter sections or subdivisions containing 65 
hectares, a mining claim of minimum size must contain 16 hectares and 
consist of the northeast, northwest, southeast or southwest quarter of a 
quarter section or subdivision. 

(13) In a township surveyed into lots of 1 30 hectares, a mining claim 
of minimum size must contain 16 hectares and consist of the northeast, 
northwest, southeast or southwest quarter of the north half of a lot or an 
equivalent quarter of the south half of a lot. 

(14) In a township surveyed into lots of 80 hectares, a mining claim 
of minimum size must contain 20 hectares and consist of the northeast, 
northwest, southeast or southwest quarter of a lot. 

(15) In a township surveyed into lots of 60 hectares, a mining claim 
of minimum size must contain 15 hectares and consist of the northeast, 
northwest, southeast or southwest quarter of a lot. 



(3) Le claim n'a pas à avoir la forme d'un rectangle ni d'un 
parallélogramme comme l'exige l'alinéa (1) c) si les conditions 
suivantes sont réunies : 

a) le claim n'a pas la forme exigée de sorte qu'il puisse épouser la 
forme du terrain ouvert au jalonnement; 

b) dans les circonstances, le jalonnement du daim est par ailleurs le 
plus conforme possible aux exigences du paragraphe (1). 

(4) Le claim peut avoir une limite qui est commune à la limite d'un 
secteur non ouvert au jalonnement à condition que toutes les autres 
limites du claim soient jalonnées de manière à ce que le claim soit le plus 
conforme possible aux exigences énoncées au paragraphe (1). 

(5) Si le claim se compose de deux unités ou plus, des poteaux de 
ligne de démarcation sont érigés le long du périmètre du claim à des 
intervalles de 400 mètres et partout où l'angle d'un lot ou d'un 
lotissement d'une section se trouve sur le périmètre du claim. 

(6) Lorsque des limites irrégulières existent, les poteaux de ligne de 
démarcation sont érigés pour indiquer les limites avec le plus de 
précision possible. 

(7) Les limites d'un daim descendent verticalement dans le sol de 
tous les côtés. 

(8) Nulle limite d'un claim ne doit dépasser 3 200 mètres de long, 
ni quatre fois la longueur d'une autre limite. 



(9) Les limites d'un claim sont mesurées horizontalement. 



(10) Sous réserve des articles 6 et 7, le claim peut occuper toute 
combinaison de lots ou de parties de lots, de quarts de section ou de 
lotissements d'une section, à condition qu'ils soient contigus et que le 
claim respecte la structure cantonale. 

(11) Le levé d'un claim : 

a) décrit les parties des lots ou des sections figurant sur le levé 
original du canton qui se trouvent dans le périmètre du claim, 
ainsi que la superficie de chacune; 

b) est régi par les lignes de concession et de lot établies par un levé 
existant et non par l'emplacement des poteaux d'angle et des 
poteaux de ligne de démarcation; 

c) respecte les limites du daim qui sont communes à un terrain non 
ouvert au jalonnement, le cas échéant. 

(12) Dans un canton arpenté en sections de 260 hectares subdivisées 
en quarts de section ou en lotissements de 65 hectares, le daim de 
dimension minimale couvre une superficie de 16 hectares et occupe le 
quart nord-est, nord-ouest, sud-est ou sud-ouest d'un quart de section ou 
d'un lotissement. 

(13) Dans un canton arpenté en lots de 130 hectares, le daim de 
dimension minimale couvre une superficie de 16 hectares et occupe le 
quart nord-est, nord-ouest, sud-est ou sud-ouest de la moitié nord d'un 
lot ou le quart équivalent de la moitié sud d'un lot. 

(14) Dans un canton arpenté en lots de 80 hectares, le claim de 
dimension minimale couvre une superficie de 20 hectares et occupe le 
quart nord-est, nord-ouest, sud-est ou sud-ouest d'un lot. 

(15) Dans un canton arpenté en lots de 60 hectares, le claim de 
dimension minimale couvre une superficie de 15 hectares et occupe le 
quart nord-est, nord-ouest, sud-est ou sud-ouest d'un lot. 



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(16) In a township surveyed into lots of 40 hectares, a mining claim 
of minimum size must contain 20 hectares and consist of the north, 
south, east or west half of a lot. 

6. If it is impossible to stake a mining claim to comply with the form 
and size requirements of section 5 because the lot or subdivision of a 
section being staked is covered with water or is irregular in form, or for 
some other reason relating to the nature of the lot or subdivision, the 
claim may be staked in accordance with the following rules and not in 
accordance with section 5: 



1 . The mining claim must be staked, as nearly as practicable, in the 
form and size set out in section 5, except subsection 5 (8). 

2. The boundaries of the mining claim must, where possible, 
coincide with the boundaries of the lot or subdivision of a 
section being staked and, where not possible, be parallel to 
boundaries of the lot or subdivision that are straight lines. 

7. Land that would otherwise be included in the area of a lot or 
subdivision of a section, but that is excluded from the lot or subdivision 
because it is covered with water or for some other reason, may be 
included in a mining claim as if it were part of the lot or subdivision. 

Staking: General Rules 

8. (1) A mining claim must be staked as a continuous action. 

(2) A mining claim is staked by erecting a corner post at each of the 
four corners of the claim so that, 

(a) the No. 1 comer post is at the northeast comer; 

(b) the No. 2 comer post is at the southeast corner; 

(c) the No. 3 comer post is at the southwest comer; and 

(d) the No. 4 comer post is at the northwest comer. 

(3) A comer post tag affixed to a comer post must face the next post 
following the comer post in the order set out in subsection (2). 

(4) If there are standing trees on the perimeter of the area being 
staked, the perimeter of the mining claim must be clearly marked during 
staking by plainly blazing the trees on two sides only in the direction of 
travel and by cutting the underbmsh along the boundaries of the claim. 



(5) Despite subsection (4), the perimeter of a mining claim or a 
portion of a claim located in an area referred to in subsection 32 (1) of 
the Act may be clearly marked by durable flagging tape securely affixed 
to standing trees and underbmsh along the boundaries of the claim. 

(6) If there are no standing trees on the perimeter of the area being 
staked, the perimeter of the mining claim must be clearly marked during 
staking by erecting durable pickets or monuments of earth or rock along 
the boundaries of the claim. 

(7) Subsections (4) and (6) do not apply where an irregular claim 
boundary that is a water-to-land boundary is intended to be coterminous 
with land, or land under water, that is not open for staking. 

9. (1) A mining claim must be staked under the direction of a 
recording licensee who shall be present on the ground during the 
staking of the claim. 

(2) The recording licensee must direct other licensees as well as 
non-licensees in constructing claim posts and marking the perimeter of 
a mining claim. 



(16) Dans un canton arpenté en lots de 40 hectares, le claim de 
dimension minimale couvre une superficie de 20 hectares et occupe la 
moitié nord, sud, est ou ouest d'un lot. 

6. S'il est impossible dejalonner le claim de manière à respecter les 
exigences de l'article 5 en ce qui a trait à la forme et à la dimension parce 
que le lot ou le lotissement d'une section faisant l'objet du jalonnement 
est immergé ou de forme irrégulière, ou pour toute autre raison ayant 
trait à la nature du lot ou du lotissement, le claim peut être jalonné 
conformément aux règles suivantes au lieu d'êtte jalonné 
conformément à l'article 5 : 

1. Le claim est jalonné de la façon la plus conforme possible à la 
forme et à la dimension énoncées à l'article 5, à l'exception du 
paragraphe 5 (8). 

2. Lorsque c'est possible, les limites du claim coïncident avec les 
limites du lot ou du lotissement d'une section faisant l'objet du 
jalonnement et, lorsque ce n'est pas possible, elles sont parallèles 
aux limites du lot ou du lotissement qui sont tracées en lignes 
droites. 

7. Un terrain qui serait par ailleurs compris dans la superficie d'un 
lot ou d'un lotissement d'une section, mais qui en est exclu parce qu'il 
est immergé ou pour toute autre raison, peut être compris dans un claim 
comme s'il faisait partie du lot ou du lotissement. 

Jalonnement : règles générales 

8. (1) Le daim est jalonné de façon continue. 

(2) Le claim est jalonné par l'érection d'un poteau d'angle à chacun 
de ses quatre angles de sorte que : 

a) le poteau d'angle n° 1 se trouve à l'angle nord-est; 

b) le poteau d'angle n° 2 se trouve à l'angle sud-est; 

c) le poteau d'angle n° 3 se trouve à l'angle sud-ouest; 

d) le poteau d'angle n° 4 se trouve à l'angle nord-ouest. 

(3) L'étiquette qui est fixée au poteau d'angle fait face au poteau 
d'angle suivant dans l'ordre énoncé au paragraphe (2). 

(4) S'il y a des arbres sur pied sur le périmètre du secteur faisant 
l'objet du jalonnement, le périmètre du claim est indiqué clairement 
pendant le jalonnement en pratiquant des encoches apparentes sur les 
arbres sur deux côtés seulement dans la direction du déplacement et en 
coupant les broussailles le long des limites du daim. 

(5) Malgré le paragraphe (4), le périmètre d'un claim ou d'une partie 
d'un daim situé dans un secteur visé au paragraphe 32 (1) de la Loi peut 
être indiqué clairement par du ruban indicateur résistant fixé solidement 
aux arbres sur pied et aux broussailles le long des limites du claim. 

(6) S'il n'y a pas d'arbres sur pied sur le périmètre du secteur faisant 
l'objet du jalonnement, le périmèfre du daim est indiqué clairement 
pendant le jalonnement en plantant des piquets résistants ou en dressant 
des monticules de terre ou de pierres le long des limites du claim. 

(7) Les paragraphes (4) et (6) ne s'appliquent pas s'il est prévu 
qu'une limite irrégulière de claim qui est une limite de littoral sera 
commune à un terrain, submergé ou non, non ouvert au jalonnement. 

9. (1) Le daim est jalonné sous la supervision du titulaire de permis 
qui demande l'enregistrement, lequel est présent sur les lieux pendant 
le jalonnement du daim. 

(2) Le titulaire de permis qui demande l'enregistrement supervise 
d'autres titulaires de permis ainsi que des personnes qui ne sont pas 
titulaires de permis, lorsqu'ils fabriquent les poteaux de daim et 
indiquent le périmèO'e du claim. 



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10. (I) The following rules apply to the staking of a mining claim 
in areas that have been open for staldng for 24 hours or more: 

1 . The staking may be started at any comer or line post. 

2. Only the recording licensee or another licensee may erect, 
inscribe or affix a tag to a comer post, line post or witness post. 



3. The date and time of completion of the staking must be inscribed 
on one of the comer posts after all of the required work of 
staking the claim has been completed. 

(2) The following mles apply to the staking of a mining claim in 
areas that have been open for staking for less than 24 hours: 



1 . The staking must start at the northeast comer of the mining claim 
and proceed in a clockwise direction. 

2. Only the recording licensee may erect, inscribe or affix a tag to 
a comer post, line post or witness post. 



3. The date and time of both the start and completion of the staking 
must be inscribed on the No. 1 comer post by the recording 
licensee. 

11. (1) The staking of a mining claim is not invalidated for the sole 
reason that it encompasses land that is not open for staking unless the 
land encompassed in the claim constitutes an unpatented mining claim 
recorded prior to the time of the staking. 

(2) Land that is not open for staking that is encompassed in a valid 
mining claim does not form part of the area of the mining claim. 

(3) Land that is not open for staking that is wholly encompassed in 
a valid mining claim is not required to be marked out. 

12. (1) One or two witness posts, instead of a corner post, must be 
erected in accordance with this section for a comer of a mining claim 
at which it is impracticable to erect a comer post for one of the 
following reasons: 

1. The nature or conformation of the ground at the true comer 
makes the erecting of a comer post impracticable. 

2. The true comer falls within a body of water. 

3. The true comer is inaccessible because of incumbent surface 
rights. 

(2) Witness posts must be erected on the claim boundary as close to 
the true comer as practicable. 

(3) Witness posts must bear, 

(a) the same inscription and tag as are required for a comer post at 
a true comer under subsections 15 (1) and (3); 



(b) the leners "WF"; and 

(c) an indication of the direction and distance of the true comer from 
the witness post. 

(4) If a second witness post is erected, it must bear, 

(a) the letters "WF'; 

(b) the comer post number for the true comer; 

(c) the claim number; and 



10. (1) Les règles suivantes s'appliquent au jalonnement des claims 
dans des secteurs qui sont ouverts au Jalonnement depuis 24 heures ou 
plus : 

1. Le jalonnement peut commencer à n'importe quel poteau d'angle 
ou poteau de ligne de démarcation. 

2. Seul le titulaire de permis qui demande l'enregistrement ou un 
autre titulaire de permis peut ériger un poteau d'angle, un poteau 
de ligne de démarcation ou un poteau indicateur, porter une 
inscription sur ces poteaux ou y fixer une étiquette. 

3. La date et l'heure d'achèvement du jalonnement sont inscrites 
sur l'un des poteaux d'angle une fois achevés tous les travaux 
requis pour le jalonnement du daim. 

(2) Les règles suivantes s'appliquent au jalonnement des claims 
dans des secteurs qui sont ouverts au jalonnement depuis moins de 24 
heures : 

1. Le jalonnement commence à l'angle nord-est du claim et se 
poursuit dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre. 

2. Seul le titulaire de permis qui demande l'enregistrement peut 
ériger un poteau d'angle, un poteau de ligne de démarcation ou 
un poteau indicateur, porter une inscription sur ces poteaux ou y 
fixer une étiquette. 

3. Le titulaire de permis qui demande l'enregistrement inscrit la 
date et l'heure de commencement et d'achèvement du 
jalonnement sur le poteau d'angle n° 1. 

11. (1) Le jalonnement d'un claim n'est pas invalidé pour le seul 
motif qu'il comprend un ten-ain non ouvert au jalonnement, à moins que 
le terrain en question ne constitue un claim non concédé par lettres 
patentes enregistré avant le moment du jalonnement. 

(2) Le terrain non ouvert au jalonnement qui est compris dans un 
daim valide ne fait pas partie de la superficie du daim. 

(3) Il n'est pas nécessaire d'indiquer les limites d'un terrain non 
ouvert au jalonnement qui est entièrement compris dans un claim valide. 

12. (1) Un ou deux poteaux indicateurs sont érigés conformément 
au présent article, au lieu d'un poteau d'angle, pour indiquer l'angle du 
claim où il est pratiquement impossible d'ériger un poteau d'angle pour 
l'une des raisons suivantes : 

1. La nature ou la configuration du sol à l'angle réel rend 
pratiquement impossible l'érection d'un poteau d'angle. 

2. L'angle réel est immergé. 

3. L'angle réel est inaccessible en raison de l'existence de droits de 
surface. 

(2) Les poteaux indicateurs sont érigés sur la limite de claim le plus 
près possible de l'angle réel. 

(3) Les poteaux indicateurs portent : 

a) la même inscription et la même étiquette que celles exigées pour 
un poteau d'angle érigé à un angle réel aux termes des 
paragraphes 15 (1) et (3); 

b) les lettres «WP»; 

c) l'indication de la direction et de la distance de l'angle réel à partir 
de ce poteau indicateur. 

(4) Si un deuxième poteau indicateur est érigé, il porte : 

a) les lettres «WP»; 

b) le numéro du poteau d'angle pour l'angle réel; 

c) le numéro du claim; 



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(d) an indication of the direction and distance of the true comer from 
the witness post. 

(5) A second witness post may bear the same inscription as is 
required for a comer post at a true comer under subsections 15(1) and 
(3). 

(6) It is not necessary to erect a second witness post for a comer if 
it is impracticable to do so. 

13. (1) If the nature or conformation of the ground at a particular 
location, incumbent surface rights or water is an obstacle that makes the 
erecting of a line post at that location impracticable, a line post must 
be erected on each side of the obstacle. 



(2) If a mining claim being staked is coterminous with land not open 
for staking and the boundary of the land not open for staking changes 
direction other than at a corner of the claim, a line post must be erected 
at the point of change of direction. 

(3) A line post tag inscribed with the claim number and the direction 
and distance from the last comer post erected must be affixed to the line 
post. 

14. (1) Every claim post used for staking a mining claim must, 

(a) stand 1.2 metres above the ground when erected; 

(b) be squared or faced on four sides for 30 centimetres from the top; 
and 

(c) be squared or faced for 10 centimetres across each side. 

(2) Only a post or a standing stump not previously used for staking 
a mining claim may be used as a claim post. 

(3) Commercial timber may be used for claim posts in areas where 
it is impracticable or undesirable to cut down trees. 

15. (1) A licensee staking a claim using metal tags must affix to 
each corner post the appropriately numbered tag and inscribe on each 
such post his or her name and license number and the date and time of 
erecting the post. 



(2) A licensee staking a claim using metal tags must inscribe on the 
line post tag attached to each line post the claim number, the comer post 
number, the direction of the corner post from which the licensee is 
proceeding and the distance from the line post to that corner post. 



(3) A licensee staking a claim without using metal tags must 
inscribe on each corner post the number of the post, his or her name and 
Ucense number and the date and time of erecting the post. 



(4) A licensee staking a claim without using metal tags must 
inscribe on each line post his or her license number, the corner post 
number, the direction of the comer post from which the licensee is 
proceeding and the distance from the line post to that corner post. 

(5) Inscriptions and line post tags on line posts must be located, 

(a) on the south face of any line post erected between the No. 1 
comer post and the No. 2 comer post; 

(b) on the west face of any line post erected between the No. 2 corner 
post and the No. 3 corner post; 

(c) on the north face of any line post erected between the No. 3 
comer post and the No. 4 comer post; and 



d) l'indication de la direction et de la distance de l'angle réel à partir 
de ce poteau indicateur. 

(5) Le deuxième poteau indicateur peut porter la même inscription 
que celle exigée pour un poteau d'angle érigé à un angle réel aux termes 
des paragraphes 15 (1) et (3). 

(6) Il n'est pas nécessaire d'ériger un deuxième poteau indicateur 
pour indiquer un angle s'il est pratiquement impossible de le faire. 

13. (1) Si la nature ou la configuration du sol à un endroit 
particulier, ou l'existence de droits de surface ou d'une étendue d'eau 
est un obstacle qui rend pratiquement impossible l'érection d'un poteau 
de ligne de démarcation à cet endroit, un poteau de ligne de démarcation 
est érigé de chaque côté de l'obstacle. 

(2) Si le claim qui fait l'objet d'un jalonnement est commun à un 
terrain non ouvert au jalonnement et que la limite de ce terrain change 
de direction ailleurs qu'à un angle du claim, un poteau de ligne de 
démarcation est érigé à l'endroit où la direction change. 

(3) Est fixée au poteau de ligne de démarcation une étiquette sur 
laquelle sont inscrits le numéro du claim, la direction suivie à partir du 
dernier poteau d'angle érigé et la distance entre les deux poteaux. 

14. (1) Les poteaux de claim servant au jalonnement d'un claim : 

a) s'élèvent à 1,2 mètre du sol une fois érigés; 

b) sont équarris ou parés sur les quatre côtés sur une longueur de 
30 centimètres à partir du sommet; 

c) sont équarris ou parés sur une largeur de 10 centimètres de 
chaque côté. 

(2) Seuls les poteaux ou les souches sur pied n'ayant jamais servi au 
jalonnement d'un claim peuvent servir de poteaux de claim. 

(3) Dans les secteurs où il est pratiquement impossible ou non 
souhaitable d'abattre des arbres, les poteaux de daim peuvent être faits 
de bois commercial. 

15. (1) Le titulaire de permis qui jalonne un claim au moyen 
d'étiquettes métalliques fixe à chaque poteau d'angle l'étiquette 
numérotée appropriée et inscrit sur chacun de ces poteaux son nom et 
son numéro de permis ainsi que la date et l'heure auxquelles le poteau 
a été érigé. 

(2) Le titulaire de permis qui jalonne un daim au moyen d'étiquettes 
métalliques inscrit sur l'étiquette fixée à chaque poteau de ligne de 
démarcation le numéro du claim, le numéro du poteau d'angle, la 
direction du poteau d'angle servant de point de départ au titulaire et la 
distance entre le poteau de ligne de démarcation et ce poteau d'angle. 

(3) Le titulaire de permis qui jalonne un claim sans utiliser 
d'étiquettes métalliques inscrit sur chaque poteau d'angle le numéro du 
poteau, son nom et son numéro de permis ainsi que la date et l'heure 
auxquelles le poteau a été érigé. 

(4) Le titulaire de permis qui jalonne un daim sans utiliser 
d'étiquettes métalliques inscrit sur chaque poteau de ligne de 
démarcation son numéro de permis, le numéro du poteau d'angle, la 
direction du poteau d'angle servant de point de départ au titulaire et la 
distance entre le poteau de ligne de démarcation et ce poteau d'angle. 

(5) Les inscriptions et les étiquettes fixées aux poteaux de ligne de 
démarcation sont placées comme suit : 

a) sur la face sud de tout poteau de ligne de démarcation érigé entre 
les poteaux d'angle n°* 1 et 2; 

b) sur la face ouest de tout poteau de ligne de démarcation érigé 
entre les poteaux d'angle n°* 2 et 3; 

c) sur la face nord de tout poteau de ligne de démarcation érigé enU'e 
les poteaux d'angle n°'' 3 et 4; 



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(d) on the east face of any line post erected between the No. 4 comer 
post and the No. 1 comer post. 

(6) Information required to be inscribed on a claim post or metal tag 
must be inscribed in a legible and durable manner. 

(7) Inscriptions and metal tags must be located on the same side of 
a claim post. 

16. ( 1 ) If metal tags are affixed to comer posts and line posts at the 
time of staking a mining claim, the licensee who staked the claim must 
so indicate in the application to record the claim. 



(2) If metal tags are not used at the time of staking a mining claim, 
the holder of the claim must affix, as soon as possible after the recording 
of the claim but not later than six months after, 

(a) to each corner post, a comer post tag inscribed with the recorded 
number of the claim; and 

(b) to each line post, a line post tag inscribed with his or her license 
number, the claim number, the corner post number, the direction 
of the corner post last erected and the distance from the line post 
to that comer post. 



17. (1) If a licensee uses metal tags in staking two or more 
contiguous mining claims and the licensee applies to record the claims 
at the same time, the licensee may erect common corner posts at 
common comers or, where applicable, common witness posts to 
witness common comers, and common line and comer posts at common 
line and corner post locations. 



(2) If a cotmnon comer post is erected under subsection (1), the 
corner post tag and the inscription pertaining to each claim must be 
placed on the side of the common comer post facing the next comer 
post for that claim in a clockwise manner. 

(3) If a common witness post is erected under subsection (1), the 
witness post tag and the inscription pertaining to each claim must be 
placed on the side of the common witness post facing the next comer 
post for that claim in a clockwise manner. 



(4) If a common line post is erected under subsection (1), the line 
post tag and the inscription pertaining to each claim must be placed on 
the side of the common line post facing the next comer post for that 
claim in a clockwise manner. 



(5) The sketch or plan accompanying the application to record the 
claims referred to in subsection (1) must indicate the location of any 
common claim posts. 

18. (1) If a licensee stakes two or more contiguous mining claims 
without using metal tags at the time of staking and the licensee applies 
to record the claims at the same time, the licensee may erect common 
comer posts at common comers or, where applicable, common witness 
posts to witness common corners, and common line and comer posts at 
common line and comer post locations. 



(2) If a common corner post is erected under subsection (1), the 
corner post inscription pertaining to each claim must be placed on the 
side of the common corner post facing the next comer post for that 
claim in a clockwise manner. 

(3) If a common witness post is erected under subsection (1), the 
witness post inscription pertaining to each claim must be placed on the 
side of the conunon witness post in accordance with subsection 15 (5). 



d) sur la face est de tout poteau de ligne de démarcation érigé entre 
les poteaux d'angle n°' 4 et I. 

(6) Les inscriptions à porter sur un poteau de daim ou une étiquette 
métallique doivent être lisibles et durables. 

(7) Les inscriptions et les étiquettes métalliques sont placées sur le 
même côté du poteau de claim. 

16. (1) Si des étiquettes métalliques sont fixées aux poteaux d'angle 
et aux poteaux de ligne de démarcation au moment du jalonnement du 
claim, le titulaire de permis qui a jalonné celui-ci le mentionne dans sa 
demande d'enregistrement du claim. 

(2) Si aucune étiquette métallique n'est utilisée au moment du jalon- 
nement du claim, dès que possible après l'enregistrement de celui-ci, 
mais pas plus de six mois plus tard, le titulaire du daim fixe : 

a) d'une part, à chaque poteau d'angle, une étiquette sur laquelle est 
inscrit le numéro d'enregistrement du claim; 

b) d'autre part, à chaque poteau de ligne de démarcation, une éti- 
quette sur laquelle sont inscrits son numéro de permis, le numéro 
du daim, le numéro du poteau d'angle, la direction du dernier 
poteau d'angle érigé et la distance entre le poteau de ligne de 
démarcation et ce poteau d'angle. 

17. (I) Si le titulaire de permis utilise des étiquettes métalliques 
pour jalonner deux daims contigus ou plus et qu'il présente une 
demande d'enregistrement des daims au même moment, il peut ériger 
des poteaux d'angle communs aux angles communs ou, le cas échéant, 
des poteaux indicateurs communs pour indiquer les angles communs, et 
des poteaux d'angle et de ligne de démarcation communs aux 
emplacements communs pour les poteaux d'angle et de ligne de 
démarcation. 

(2) Si un poteau d'angle commun est érigé en vertu du paragraphe 
(I), l'étiquette et l'inscription relatives à chaque daim sont placées sur 
le côté du poteau d'angle commun qui fait face au poteau d'angle sui- 
vant pour ce claim, en procédant dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre. 

(3) Si un poteau indicateur commun est érigé en vertu du paragraphe 
(1), l'étiquette et l'inscription relatives à chaque claim sont placées sur 
le côté du poteau indicateur commun qui fait face au poteau d'angle 
suivant pour ce daim, en procédant dans le sens des aiguilles d'une 
montre. 

(4) Si un poteau de ligne de démarcation commun est érigé en vertu 
du paragraphe (I), l'étiquette et l'inscription relatives à chaque daim 
sont placées sur le côté du poteau de ligne de démarcation commun qui 
fait face au poteau d'angle suivant pour ce daim, en procédant dans le 
sens des aiguilles d'une montre. 

(5) L'esquisse ou le plan accompagnant la demande d'enregistre- 
ment des daims visée au paragraphe (1) indique l'emplacement des 
poteaux de claim communs. 

18. (1) Si le titulaire de permis jalonne deux daims contigus ou plus 
sans utiliser d'étiquettes métalliques au moment du jalonnement et qu'il 
présente une demande d'enregistrement des daims au même moment, 
il peut ériger des poteaux d'angle communs aux angles communs ou, le 
cas échéant, des poteaux indicateurs communs pour indiquer les angles 
communs, et des poteaux d'angle et de ligne de démarcation communs 
aux emplacements communs pour les poteaux d'angle et de ligne de 
démarcation. 

(2) Si un poteau d'angle commun est érigé en vertu du paragraphe 
(I), l'inscription relative à chaque claim est placée sur le côté du poteau 
d'angle commun qui fait face au poteau d'angle suivant pour ce claim, 
en procédant dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre. 

(3) Si un poteau indicateur commun est érigé en vertu du paragraphe 
( I ), I ' inscription relative à chaque claim est placée sur le côté du poteau 
indicateur commun conformément au paragraphe 15 (5). 



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(4) If a common line post is erected under subsection (1), the line 
post inscription pertaining to each claim must be placed on the side of 
the common Une post facing the next comer post for that claim in a 
clockwise manner. 



(5) The sketch or plan accompanying the application to record the 
claim must show the location of any common claim posts. 

19. A person who stakes land open for staking and fails to apply to 
record the mining claim within the time set out in subsection 44 (I) of 
the Act is not entitled to have a mining claim recorded on the land or to 
stake the land again, and a mining recorder may refuse or cancel any 
such staking. 

20. If it appears that a licensee has attempted, in good faith, to 
comply with the Act and this Regulation, a mining claim of the licensee 
is not invalidated by, 

(a) the inclusion in the area of the claim of an area of more or less 
than the applicable size; or 

(b) the licensee's failure to describe or set out the actual area or 
parcel of land staked in the application to record the claim or in 
the sketch or plan accompanying the application. 

21. Any licensee who started staking a mining claim before this 
Regulation comes into force may complete the staking in accordance 
with Ontario Regulation 115/91. 

22. Ontario Regulations 115/91, 252/91 and 262/91 are revoked. 



23. This Regulation comes into force 45 days after it is filed. 



(4) Si un poteau de ligne de démarcation commun est érigé en vertu 
du paragraphe (1), l'inscription relative à chaque daim est placée sur le 
côté du poteau de ligne de démarcation commun qui fait face au poteau 
d'angle suivant pour ce daim, en procédant dans le sens des aiguilles 
d'une montre. 

(5) L'esquisse ou le plan accompagnant la demande d'enregistre- 
ment du claim montre l'emplacement des poteaux de claim communs. 

19. Quiconque jalonne un terrain ouvert au jalonnement sans 
présenter de demande d'enregistrement du daim dans le délai précisé au 
paragraphe 44 (1) de la Loi n'a pas le droit de faire enregistrer un claim 
sur le terrain ni de jalonner le terrain de nouveau, et le registrateur de 
daims peut refuser ou annuler le jalonnement. 

20. S'il semble que le titulaire de permis a essayé de bonne foi de se 
conformer à la Loi et au présent règlement, son daim n'est pas rendu 
invalide du fait, selon le cas : 

a) de l'inclusion, dans la superficie du claim, d'une superficie qui 
n'a pas tout à fait la dimension applicable; 

b) que le titulaire de permis n'a pas décrit ou indiqué exactement le 
secteur ou la parcelle de terrain jalonnés dans sa demande 
d'enregistrement du claim ou dans l'esquisse ou le plan 
accompagnant la demande. 

21. Le titulaire de permis qui a commencé àjalonner un daim avant 
l'entrée en vigueur du présent règlement peut achever le jalonnement 
conformément au Règlement de l'Ontario 115/91. 



22. Les Règlements de 
abrogés. 



'Ontario 115/91, 252/91 et 262/91 sont 



23. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur 45 jours après son 
dépôt 



5/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 8/96 

made under the 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Approved: January 11, 1996 
Filed: January 18, 19% 

EXEMPTION— THE CORPORATION OF THE 
TOWNSHIP OF CHAPLEAU— CHAP-TP-1 

Having received a request from The Corporation of the Township of 
Chapleau (the 'Township") that an undertaking, namely: 



Planning Limited, originally submitted March, 1994 and revised 
February, 1995; and "Addendum No. 1 to: Township of Chapleau, 
Chapleau Landfill Site, Environmental Assessment Act — Applica- 
tion for Exemption, February, 1995" dated July, 1995, prepared by 
Senes Consultants Limited and ICresin Engineering and Planning 
Limited, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised by the Township that if the undertaking is 
subject to the application of the Act, the following injury, damage or 
interference with the persons and property indicated will occur: 



The interim expansion, operation and closure of the existing and 
approved Township of Chapleau landfill site situated on part of Lot 
1 , Concession 5, Township of Chappise, for the disposal of domestic, 
commercial and non-hazardous solid industrial waste, with the 
changes as described in the reports entitled, "Township of Chapleau, 
Chapleau Landfill Site, Environmental Assessment Act, Application 
for Exemption, Certificate of Approval A540009, March, 1995", 
prepared by Senes Consultants Limited and Kresin Engineering and 
Planning Limited; "Township of Chapleau Landfill Draft Report, 
Design, Operations and Maintenance Plan for a Five (5) Year Interim 
Expansion, Provisional Certificate of Approval No. A540009, 
March, 1994" (Design and Operating Report), prepared by Kresin 
Engineering and Planning Limited; the 'Township of Chapleau 
Landfill Site Hydrogeological Report, Certificate of Approval 
A54(XX)9, March 3, 1994" (Hydrogeological Report), prepared by 
Hydrotcrra Limited in association with Kresin Engineering and Plan- 
ning Limited; "Township of Chapleau — Chapleau Landfill Site, 
Environmental Assessment Act — Application for Exemption", pre- 
pared by Senes Consultants Limited and Kresin Engineering and 



A. The Township will be subject to delay and expense if it is 
required to prepare an environmental assessment for the 
undertaking. 

B. The Township will be subject to unnecessary delay and expense 
in implementing its long-term waste management program. 

C. The Township and its residents will be without a municipal solid 
waste disposal facility. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interference against the 
betterment of the people of the whole or any part of Ontario by the 
protection, conservation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertaking being subject to 
the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the public interest to 
order and orders that the undertaking is exempt from the application of 
the Act for the following reasons: 



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A. The continued or expanded operation of the existing landfill is 
clearly an interim measure for which there are no other 
reasonable waste management alternatives which can be 
implemented within the necessary time frame. 

B. Alternatives have been investigated. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 9/96 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 

Approved: January 11, 1996 
Filed: January 18, 1996 



C. It is the intention of the Township that a long-term waste 
management program be pursued in accordance with applicable 
legislation and that sufficient elements of that program will be 
implemented prior to the conclusion of the exempt undertaking. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and conditions 
specified by the Minister: 

1 . The Township shall provide a copy of the Design and Operating 
Report, and Hydrogeological Report referred to above 
incorporating the changes that have been submitted, to the 
Director of the Environmental Assessment Branch of the 
Ministry of Environment and Energy for filing with the public 
record kept under section 31 of the Act by the Branch at the 
present Branch address of 250 Davisville Avenue, 5th Floor, 
Toronto, Ontario, M4S 1H2. 

2. Where any activity which otherwise would be exempt under this 
order is being carried out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been accepted and approval to 
proceed received, the activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with any terms or conditions in the approval to proceed as well 
as the conditions of this order. 

3. Where any activity which is the subject of this order is being 
carried out as or is part of another undertaking which is the 
subject of an exemption order under the Act, the activity exempt 
under this order shall be carried out in accordance with any terms 
or conditions in the other exemption order as well as the 
conditions in this order. 

4. The Township shall file an annual report to the Regional 
Director, Ministry of Environment and Energy, outlining the 
Township's progress in operating the site in an environmentally 
sound manner and progress in implementing the long-term waste 
management program; a copy of the reports shall also be 
submitted to the Director, Approvals Branch, Ministry of 
Environment and Energy. The Township may cease filing such 
reports after the site has been closed to the satisfaction of the 
Director, Approvals Branch and that Director has advised the 
Township in writing that further reports are not required 
pursuant to this condition. 

5. No waste shall be deposited at the site pursuant to this order more 
than five years after the date the provisional Certificate of 
Approval under the Environmental Protection Act is issued for 
the interim expansion of the landfill site under this order. 

6. The Township will provide a copy of the provisional Certificate 
of Approval issued pursuant to this order to the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch for filing with the public 
record kept under section 31 of the Act, within 30 days of the 
approval date. 



Brenda Elliot 
Minister of Environment and Energy 



5/96 



EXEMPTION— SENECA AT YORK— MCU-08 

Having received a request from Seneca College, a public body 
reporting to the Minister of Education and Training, that an 
undertaking, namely: 

the proposal to establish and operate a permanent college on the York 
University campus, 

be exempt from the application of the Act pursuant to section 29; and 

Having been advised that if the undertaking is subject to the 
application of the Act, the following injury, damage or interference with 
the persons and property indicated will occur: 

Seneca College at York University will be subject to delay with the 
result that Seneca will have to continue to lease facilities without 
funding from the Ministry of Education and Training and will not 
meet the educational and training needs of residents within the 
west-of-Yonge area. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interference against the 
betterment of the people of the whole or any part of Ontario by the 
protection, conservation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertaking being subject to 
the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the public interest to 
order and orders that the undertaking is exempt from the application of 
the Act for the following reasons: 

A. The proponent, Seneca College, has carried out public 
consultation with west-of-Yonge area residents, community 
leaders, municipal and provincial politicians and Seneca 
College internal stakeholders. 

B. The proponent has carried out pre-submission consultation with 
the Ministry of Environment and Energy and the background 
report was circulated to appropriate ministries, agencies and 
local municipalities for comment. 

C. The requirements of the Planning Act and site plan process will 
adequately address environmental concerns. This process 
consists of a review of development issues of local and 
provincial scope and interest, as well as potential sources of 
environmental (natural, social, cultural, economic and 
technical) impact. 

D. The development of Seneca College at York University will have 
positive effects on the surrounding residential communities and 
will provide educational and training opportunities for these 
residents. 

E. Copies of documents related to the foregoing reasons may be 
found in the Public Record files maintained under section 30 of 
the Environmental Assessment Act. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and conditions: 

1 . Where any activity which otherwise would be exempt under this 
order is being carried out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment has been accepted and approval to 
proceed received, the activity shall be carried out in accordance 
with any terms or conditions in the approval to proceed as well 
as the conditions of this order. 



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2. Where any activity which is the subject of this order is being 
carried out as or is part of another undertalcing which is the 
subject of an exemption order under the Act, the activity exempt 
under this order shall be carried out in accordance with any 
terms or conditions in the other exemption order as well as the 
conditions in this order. 

3. The proponent shall abide by the commitments which have been 
made to the agency reviewers, as outlined in the September, 
1995 final report, entitled: 

Request Pursuant to Section 29 of the 

Environmental Assessment Act 

Seneca College at York University 

Background Information 

4. This Exemption expires the later of, 

(a) two years from the date of its approval; and 

(b such later date specified from time to time by notice in 
writing published in The Ontario Gazette. 



Brenda ElXIOT 
Minister of Environment and Energy 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—02—10 



ONTARIO REGULATION 10/96 

made under the 
THEATRES ACT 

Made: December 19, 1995 
Filed: January 26, 1996 

Amending Reg.l 031 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1031 has not been amended in 1995 and 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Subsection 34 (7) of Regulation 1031 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following 
substituted: 

(7) A person who is the holder of a licence as an apprentice 
projectionist is exempt from the requirement under clause 28 (2) (a) of 
the Act to serve a period as an apprentice. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 10/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES CINÉMAS 

pris le 19 décembre 1995 
déposé le 26 janvier 1996 

modifiant le Règl. 1031 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 1031 n'a pas été modifié en 1995 ni en 
1996. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table 
des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 
1994. 

1. Le paragraphe 34 (7) du Règlement 1031 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



(7) Le titulaire d'un permis d'apprenti projectionniste est dispensé 
de l'exigence prévue à l'alinéa 28 (2) a) de la Loi voulant qu'il travaille 
à ce titre pendant une période quelconque. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—02—17 



ONTARIO REGULATION 11/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 30, 1996 
Filed: January 30, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 136/95 
(Delegation of Authority of Minister to Give Consents) 

«lote: Ontario Regulation 136/95 has been amended by Ontario 
Regulation 285/95. 

1. Ontario Regulation 136/95 is amended by adding tlie following 
section: 

3.1 Despite section 3, the delegation under section 1 does not apply 
to any application for a consent under section 53 of the Act made before 
the day this section comes into force in respect of land in the Sudbury 
East Planning Area. 

2. Schedule 2 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

16.1 The Sudbury East Planning Board. 

Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 30, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 12/96 

made under the> 

MUNICIPAL BOUNDARY NEGOTIATIONS ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 1, 1996 

TOWN OF GANANOQUE, TOWNSHIP OF FRONT OF 
LEEDS AND LANSDOWNE BOUNDARY 

1. On February 1, 1996, the portion of the Township of Front of 
Leeds and Lansdowne described in the Schedule is annexed to the Town 
of Gananoque. 

2. All real property of The Corporation of the Township of Front of 
Leeds and Lansdowne situate in the annexed area vests in The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque on February 1 , 1996. 

3. On February 1 , 1 996, the by-laws of The Corporation of the Town 
of Gananoque extend to the annexed area and the by-laws of The 
Corporation of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne cease 
to apply to that area, except, 

(a) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Front of Leeds 
and Lansdowne, 



(i) that were passed under section 34 or 4 1 of the Planning Act 
or a predecessor of those sections, or 

(ii) that were kept in force by subsection 1 3 (3) of The Municipal 
Amendment Act, 1941, 

which shall remain in force until repealed by the council of The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque; 

(b) by-laws conferring rights, privileges, franchises, immunities or 
exemptions that could not have been lawfully repealed by the 
council of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne; and 

(c) by-laws of The Corporation of the Township of Front of Leeds 
and Lansdowne passed under the Development Charges Act that 
remain in force until they are repealed or expire under that Act. 

4. Any part of the official plan of The Corporation of the Township 
of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne applying to the annexed area shall 
continue to apply to that area until repealed and replaced by The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque in accordance with section 5. 

5. Subject to the Planning Act, The Corporation of the Town of 
Gananoque shall after February 1, 1996, 

(a) amend its official plan to establish an environmental protection 
designation for land within the annexed area that is located at or 
below the natural water's edge in order to protect natural 
resources and prohibit development, except development 
constituted by extensions of existing land-based uses such as 
docks, decks and patios; and 

(b) amend its zoning by-law to implement the environmental 
protection designation referred to in clause (a) by establishing 
an environmental protection zone for land within the annexed 
area that is located at or below the natural water's edge. 

6. The clerk of The Corporation of the Township of Front of Leeds 
and Lansdowne shall promptly prepare and furnish to the clerk of The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque a special collector's roll 
showing all arrears of all taxes or special rates assessed against the land 
in the annexed area up to and including January 31, 1996. 

7. For the purpose of preparing the 1995 assessment roll, the 
assessment commissioner shall, 

(a) notify the clerk of The Corporation of the Township of Front and 
Leeds and Lansdowne that the annexed area should be removed 
from its assessment roll; 

(b) notify the clerk of The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque 
that the annexed area should be added to its assessment roll. 

8. (1) All real property taxes levied and uncollected, and any 
grants-in-lieu that may be paid, under any general or special Act in the 
annexed area that are unpaid on January 31, 1996 shall be deemed on 
February 1, 1996 to be taxes and grants-in-lieu due and payable to The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque and may be collected by it. 

(2) On or before May 1, 1996, The Corporation of the Town of 
Gananoque shall pay to The Corporation of the Township of Front of 
Leeds and Lansdowne an amount equal to the amount of all real 



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property taxes and grants-in-lieu that were unpaid on January 31, 1996 
that The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque is entitled to collect in 
the annexed area under subsection (1). 



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4. $40,000 on or before March 3 1 , 1 997. 

5. $30,000 on or before March 3 1 , 1 998. 



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9. ( 1 ) For the purpose of imposition of taxes and tax collection in the 
annexed area. The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque shall levy 
and collect taxes upon the assessable lands and business assessment 
within the annexed area as if the area had been part of the town on 
January 1, 1996. 

(2) The final mill rates to be applied to the annexed area by The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque in 1996 shall be levied as 
follows: 

1. At a reduced rate of 13.282 mills for lands and businesses 
subject to a residential and farm mill rate. 

2. At a reduced rate of 15.627 mills for lands and businesses 
subject to a commercial and industrial mill rate. 

(3) On or before December 31, 1996, The Corporation of the Town 
of Gananoque shall pay to The Corporation of the Township of Front of 
Leeds and Lansdowne, 

(a) the amount of all real property and business taxes due and 
payable on account of the annexed area for the month of January, 
1996 in accordance with the following formulae: 

1 . For all lands and businesses subject to a residential and farm 
mill rate within the annexed area the difference resulting 
from: 



6. $ 1 0,000 on or before March 3 1 , 1 999. 

(2) The compensation paid under subsection (1) shall be deemed to 
be a matter falling within the meaning of subsection 147 (2) of the 
Municipal Act. 

12. The agreement between The Corporation of the Town of 
Gananoque, The Corporation of the Township of Front of Leeds and 
Lansdowne and The Corporation of the United Counties of Leeds and 
Gren ville executed on October 19, 1995 by the councils of The 
Corporation of the Town of Gananoque and The Corporation of 
the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne and on November 16, 
1 995 by the council of the Corporation of the United Counties of Leeds 
and Grenville is hereby given effect to the extent that it is included in 
this Regulation. 

SCHEDULE 

In the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne, in the County of 
Leeds, and being composed of part of the bed of the St. Lawrence River 
lying in front of Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16& 1 7, Concession 1, 
Town of Gananoque and Island 1 , Island 2, Island 3, and Island 4, 
Gananoque Group, Registered Plan 1 20 and part of Leeds Condomin- 
ium Plans Nos. 6 and 8, designated as PART 1, on a reference plan 
prepared by Ronald H. Smith O.L.S., C.L.S., dated October 17, 1995, 
and deposited in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of Leeds 
(No. 28) as Plan 28R-8946. 



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( 267.460 mills X asses.sed valued - (13.282 mills x assessed value) 
( 12 ) 

2. For all lands and businesses subject to a commercial and 
industrial mill rate within the annexed area the difference 
resulting from: 



( 314.670 mills X a.s.sessed vahie l - (15.627 mills X assessed value) 
( 12 ) 

(b) the amount of any grant-in-lieu paid to The Corporation of the 
Town of Gananoque in respect of any properties located within 
the annexed area that is attributable to the month of January, 
1996. 

10. All business taxes and grants-in-lieu uncollected in the annexed 
area that are due and unpaid on January 31, 1996 shall continue after 
that date to be taxes due and payable to The Corporation of the 
Township of the Front of Leeds and Lansdowne and may be collected 
by it. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 13/96 

made under the 
SECURITIES ACT 

Made: December 19, 1995 
Filed: February 1, 1996 

Amending Reg. 1015ofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January I, 1995, Regulation 1015 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 80/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Section 165 of Regulation 1015 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990, is revoked. 

2. Form 36 of the Regulation is revoked. 

Ontario Securities Commission: 



11. ( 1 ) The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque shall pay to The 
Corporation of the Township of Front of Leeds and Lansdowne 
compensation in the following amounts: 

1. $35,000 within seven days of the filing of this Regulation, plus 
any interest on that amount for the period from October 19, 1995 
to the date of filing of this Regulation, minus any administrative 
charges accumulated during that period. 

2. $45,000 on or before March 31,1 996. 



John Geller 
Vice Chair 



G. Patrick H. Vernon 
Commissioner 



Dated at Toronto on December 19, 1995. 



3. $35,000 on or before July 3 1 , 1 996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 14/96 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 1, 1996 

Amending Reg. 295 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Northern District School Area Board) 

Note: Regulation 295 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 4 of Regulation 295 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsections: 



5. The administration to the incapable person of one dose of 
measles vaccine in accordance with the Ministry of Health's 
public health measles immunization campaign commencing 
February 1, 1996 and ending June 30, 1996. 

2. Subsection 10 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 17/96 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 



(4. 1) If the electors at an election under subsection (4) fail to elect a 
member to fill the vacancy, and if a majority of elected members of the 
Board remain in office, the remaining members shall forthwith elect a 
person who is an elector for any area within the jurisdiction of the Board 
to fill the vacancy. 

(4.2) Subsections 43.1 (3), (5), (6), (7), (8) and (9) of the Municipal 
Elections Act apply to an election under subsection (4.1). 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 15/96 

made under the 

DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 1, 1996 

Amending Reg. 268 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Education Development Charges) 

Regulation 268 has not been amended in 1995. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 



1. Regulation 268 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

6.1 (1) Money may be withdrawn from an education development 
charges account for the purpose of refunding to an owner an education 
development charge imposed on land undergoing development if the 
development requires the issuing of a permit under the Building Code 
Act, 1992 and the permit has been revoked. 

(2) A refund under subsection (1) may include interest at the rate 
prescribed by section 13, calculated from the time the education 
development charge was collected to the time the refund is paid. 



Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 1, 1996 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 868 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 39/95, 170/95, 300/95, 304/95, 370/95, 
475/95, 478/95 and 483/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Section 12 of Regulation 868 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

12. ( 1 ) It is a condition for each sU'ength and dosage form of a drug 
product to be designated as a listed drug product that the manufacturer 
of the drug product submit to the Minister, 

(a) evidence that the Health Protection Branch of Health Canada has 
approved the product for sale in Canada, the product's drug 
identification number and, subject to subsection (2), a copy of 
the product monograph approved by the Health Protection 
Branch of Health Canada; 

(b) a letter authorizing the Minister to gain access to all information 
in the possession of the Health Protection Branch of Health 
Canada with respect to the product; 

(c) documentation with respect to the manufacturing and quality 
control of the product, including documentation disclosing the 
product's master formula; 

(d) a list that sets out the lowest price to the pharmacist or wholesaler 
for each package size of the product that is offered for sale and 
evidence that the manufacturer is able to supply the product at 
those prices in a quantity sufficient to meet the anticipated 
demand for the product; 

(e) a sample of the product, packaged and labelled as it is intended 
to be sold in Canada; 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 16/96 

made under the 

CONSENT TO TREATMENT ACT, 1992 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 1, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 19/95 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 19/95 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 7 of Ontario Regulation 19/95 is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 



(f) a written undertaking to provide the Minister notice of any 
changes made to a listed drug product, including formulation 
changes, and notice of changes in the ownership of the 
manufacturer or in the location of the manufacturing site; 

(g) clinical studies and, if available, other clinical evidence of the 
product's therapeutic effectiveness or efficacy and of the 
product's safety, including any information that relates to 
adverse drug reactions and any existing clinical studies 
comparing the product's therapeutic effectiveness or efficacy 
and the product's safety to that of other products or treatments; 
and 

(h) evidence demonstrating the benefit of the product in relation to 
the cost of the product and to any alternative products or 
treatments. 



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(2) If the Health Protection Branch of Health Canada has not 
approved a product monograph for a drug product, the manufacturer of 
the product may, instead of submitting a copy of the product monograph 
as required under clause (1) (a), submit to the Minister the following 
information: 



O.Reg. 18/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 18/96 

made under the 

PRESCRIPTION DRUG COST REGULATION ACT 



Made: January 31, 
Filed: February 1, 



1996 
1996 



1 . Pharmaceutical information. 



2. Information with respect to the product's clinical pharmacology. 



3. Information as to the product's indications and clinical use. 



Amending Reg. 935 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 935 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 40/95, 299/95, 305/95, 371/95, 476/95 
and 479/95. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



4. A list of any contra-indications, warnings or precautions in the 
use of the product and of possible adverse reactions to its use. 



A list of symptoms of an overdose of the product and 
information as to the treatment of an overdose. 



6. Information with respect to the dosage and administration of the 
product. , 



7. Information regarding the availability of dosage forms for each 
strength of the product marketed in Canada. 



(3) A manufacturer may satisfy the condition set out in clause ( 1 ) (g) 
for a strength of a drug product by submitting the clinical evidence 
referred to in clause ( 1 ) (g) for another strength of the same dosage form 
of the drug product, if the evidence is sufficient for the purposes of 
evaluating the therapeutic effectiveness or efficacy and the safety of 
both the strengths of the dosage form of the product. 



(4) A manufacturer may satisfy the condition set out in clause ( 1 ) (g) 
for a strength of a drug product by submitting to the Minister the clinical 
evidence referred to in clause (1) (g) with respect to another drug 
product and submitting evidence that satisfies the Minister that the two 
products are bioequivalent. 



(5) Subsection (4) does not apply if the drug product that the 
manufacturer seeks to have designated is the drug product of a drug for 
which there exists a listed drug product. 



(6) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to a drug product that is designated 
as an interchangeable product under the Prescription Drug Cost 
Regulation Act. 



(7) A manufacturer who seeks the designation of a drug product that 
is manufactured in final dosage form outside Canada, shall, in addition 
to meeting the conditions set out in subsection (1), submit to the 
Minister evidence that the manufacturer of the final dosage form of the 
product meets manufacturing standards equivalent to those contained 
in the Good Manufacturing Practices for Drug Manufacturers and 
Importers, third edition, published by the Health Protection Branch of 
Health Canada. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on Marcli 1, 1996. 



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1. Section 6 of Regulation 935 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following substituted: 

6. ( 1 ) It is a condition for each strength and dosage form of a drug 
product to be designated as interchangeable with other products that the 
manufacturer of the drug product submit to the Minister, 

(a) evidence that the Health Protection Branch of Health Canada has 
approved the product for sale in Canada, the product's drug 
identification number and, subject to subsection (2), a copy of 
the product monograph approved by the Health Protection 
Branch of Health Canada; 

(b) a letter authorizing the Minister to gain access to all information 
in the possession of the Health Protection Branch of Health 
Canada with respect to the product; 

(c) documentation with respect to the manufacturing and quality 
conu-ol of the product, including documentation disclosing the 
product's master formula; 

(d) a list that sets out the lowest price to the pharmacist or wholesaler 
for each package size of the product that is offered for sale and 
evidence that the manufacturer is able to supply the product at 
those prices in a quantity sufficient to meet the anticipated 
demand for the product; 

(e) a sample of the product, packaged and labelled as it is intended 
to be sold in Canada, in a quantity sufficient to conduct all 
necessary testing of the product in accordance with the 
specifications of the finished product; 

(0 a written undertaking to provide the Minister notice of any 
changes made to a listed drug product, including formulation 
changes, and notice of changes in the ownership of the 
manufacturer or in the location of the manufacturing site; 

(g) comparative dissolution studies or other appropriate studies 
comparing the product with the original product; 

(h) comparative bioavailability studies on humans, comparative 
clinical studies on humans, or both, or other in vivo studies that 
will show the interchangeability of the product with the original 
product; and 

(i) evidence that the physical properties of the product do not 
adversely affect patient acceptance of the product to any greater 
degree than the original product. 

(2) If the Health Protection Branch of Health Canada has not 
approved a product monograph for a drug product, the manufacturer of 
the product may, instead of submitting a copy of the product monograph 
as required under clause (1) (a), submit to the Minister the following 
information: 



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i 



2. Information with respect to the product's clinical pharmacology. 

3. Information as to the product's indications and clinical use. 

4. A list of any contra-indications, warnings or precautions in the 
use of the product and of possible adverse reactions to its use. 

5. A list of symptoms of an overdose of the product and 
information as to the treatment of an overdose. 

6. Information with respect to the dosage and administration of the 
product. 

7. Information regarding the availability of dosage forms for each 
strength of the product marketed in Canada. 

(3) Clauses (1) (g) and (h) do not apply to the manufacturer of a drug 
product if the dosage form, strength, formula and manufacturing 
process of the product and the testing standards for both the raw 
materials of the product and the finished product are identical to those 
of the product with which it seeks to be designated as interchangeable. 

(4) A manufacturer may satisfy the condition set out in clause (1) (h) 
for a strength of a drug product by submitting the evidence referred to 
in clause ( I ) (h) for another strength of the same dosage form of the drug 
product if that information is sufTicient for the purposes of evaluating 
the interchangeability of both the strengths of the dosage form of the 
product. 



(5) Clauses ( 1 ) (g) and (h) do not apply with respect to a drug product 
that is pharmaceutically equivalent to the original product, 
demonstrates the same physicochemical properties as the original 
product and is one of the following: 

1. A parenteral aqueous solution, or a powder for reconstitution 
into an aqueous solution, that may be administered in an 
intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous or intrathecal fashion 
and that is in the same solvent and in the same concentration as 
the original product. 

2. An oral solution, elixir, syrup or other similar solubilized form 
in the same concentration as the original product and which 
contains no ingredient that will affect the bioavailability of the 
active ingredient. 

3. An ophthalmic, otic, nasal, rectal, vaginal or inhaled solution 
that is topical and aqueous. 

(6) A manufacturer who seeks the designation of a product that is 
manufactured in final dosage form outside Canada, shall, in addition to 
meeting the conditions set out in subsection (1), submit to the Minister 
evidence that the manufacturer of the final dosage form of the product 
meets manufacturing standards equivalent to those contained in the 
Good Manufacturing Practices for Drug Manufacturers and Importers, 
third edition, published by the Health Protection Branch of Health 
Canada. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on Marcli 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 19/96 

made under the 
PESTICIDES ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 1996 

Amending Reg. 914 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 914 has not been amended in 1995. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 

1. Table 1 to Regulation 914 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



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Table 1 

CANADIAN AGBNT CODES 



1 ABC ABBOTT LABORATORIES LTD., 

CHEMICAL & AGRIC. PRODUCTS DIV, P.O. BOX 6150, 
MONTREAL, PQ H3C 3K6 

2 ABE ABELL PEST CONTROL, 246 ATTWELL DR., 

BTOBICOKB, ON M9W 5B4 

3 AGT AG TORF CHEMICALS INC., 62 ROBHAMPTON CT., 

KITCHENER, ON N2A 3H 

4 AHS ANIMAL HEALTH SUPPLIES LTD., 1370 LORNB ST., 

REGINA, SK S4P 3H1 

5 AMZ AMWAY OP CANADA LTD., BOX 5706, STATION "A", 

LONDON, ON N6A 4S5 

6 AOK AEROKURB INT'L INC., 330 RACINE ST., 

ST.ELIB D'ORFORD, PQ JOB 2S0 

7 APC AETNA PEST CONTROL LTD., 1828 DANPORTH AVE., 

TORONTO, ON M4C 1H8 

8 APD APPLIED BIOCHEMISTS OF CANADA, 

140 FINCHDBNE SQ., UNIT 16, 
SCARBOROUGH, ON MIX IBl 

9 ARK ARCAN SECURITY LTD, 3 HAMPTONBROOK DR, 

WESTON, ON M9P 1A2 

10 ARN ARTILIN CANADA INC., 

1253 AVE. MCGILL COLLEGE, BUREAU 430, 
MONTREAL, PQ H3B 2Y5 

11 ASB ASSOCIATED BRANDS, 400-225 DUNCAN MILL RD., 

TORONTO, ON M3B 3K9 

12 AVM AVMOR LTD., DBPT DBS ENREGISTREMENTS, 

433, RUB STB-HBLENB, 
MONTREAL, PQ H2Y 2L1 

13 BAB BABSON BROS. CO. CANADA LTD., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., 

MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 

14 BDZ BODYGUARD INDUSTRIES CANADA, 238 GBRKARD ST. B., 

TORONTO, ON M5A 2B8 

15 BOV BIO BNV. PRODUCTS INC., P.O. BOX 7421, STATION "M", 

EDMONTON, AB T5B 6K1 

16 CCC CHORNEY CHEMICAL CO., 138 SUNRISE AVE., 

TORONTO, ON M4A 1B3 

17 CCN CCL INDUSTRIES INC., 105 GORDON BAKBR RD., 

WILLOWDALB, ON M2H 3P8 

18 CGA CIBA-GEIGY CANADA LTD., 250-550 BOUL. DB MONTAGNE, 

BOUCHBRVILLB, PQ J4B 5B4 

19 CGC CIBA-GEIGY CANADA LTD., 6860 CENTURY AVE., 

MISSISSADQA, ON L5N 2W5 

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20 CHH MILERS CANADA INC., 77 BELFIELD RD., 

ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 

21 CHP ICI CHIPMAN, BUSINESS ICI CAN., 

400 JONES RD., P.O. BOX 9910, 
STONE Y CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 

22 CHV CHEVRON CHEMICAL CANADA LTD., 3228 SOUTH SERVICE RD . , 

BURLINGTON, ON L7N 3H8 

23 CPM COOPER MILLS LTD., R.R. #3, 

MADOC, ON KOK 2 KO 

24 CRY GARY'S LTD., 1555 INKSTER BLVD., 

WINNIPEG, MB R2X 1R2 

25 CSY CASEY, JOHN S., 233 FREDERICK ST., P.O. BOX 515, 

KITCHENER, ON N2G 4A2 

26 CWN CROWN CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, 

DIV. OF CANADIAN FLOOR SER. LT, 
6125 NETHERHART RD . , 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 1G5 

27 DIS DISPAR, DIV. VETOQUINOL CANADA, 675 ST-PIERRE SUD, 

JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 

28 DLT DELL TECH LABORATORIES LTD., UWO RESEARCH PARK, 

100 COLLIP CIRCLE, 
LONDON, ON N6G 4X8 

29 DNS DONSON ENGINEERING, 755 WALLACE RD . , R.R. #3, 

NORTH BAY, ON PIB 8G4 

30 DWC HOLDEN, DAY, WILSON, SUITE 2400, BOX 52, 

TORONTO DOMINION BANK TOWER, TORONTO DOMINION CENTRE, 
TORONTO, ON M5K 1E7 

31 DWE DOWELANCO CANADA INC., 17705 LESLIE ST., 

NEWMARKET, ON L3Y 3E3 

32 EFA ELF ATOCHEM OF CANADA LTD., 700 THIRD LINE RD . , 

OAKVILLE, ON L8J 5A3 

33 ELS ELSCO CO., 4330 WEST HILL AVE., 

MONTREAL, PQ H4B 2S9 

34 FAM FARNAM MARKETING INC., #700, 10104-103 AVENUE, 

EDMONTON, AB T5J 0H8 

35 FFC FAIRFIELD CHEM. CAN. (1986) INC, 

3900-1155 DORCHESTER BLVD.W., 
MONTREAL, PQ H3B 3V2 

36 FID FINE, DONALD & CO., 129 OAKLAND RD . , 

SCOTLAND, ON NOE IRO 

37 FMN FREEMAN, PATRICIA, R.R. #3, 

DUTTON, ON NOL IJO 

38 FRN FERMENTA ANIMAL HEALTH CANADA, 

ATTN : MANAGER REGULATORY AFF . , 
302-55 CORK ST. E., 
GUELPH, ON NIH 2W7 



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39 FSS FISONS HORTICULTURE INC., 600-25 WATLINE AVE 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5Z2Z1 ^^-^^Nt. avk. , 

40 GAX GARDEX CHEMICALS LTD., 246 ATTWELL DR 

REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 

41 GCC GENERAL CHEMICAL CO. CAN., 8363-128TH ST 

SURREY, BC V3W 4G1 ' 



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42 GCP 



GREEN CROSS PRODUCTS, 6860 CENTURY AVE 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 "'^^AVU., 



"' "'' S2S,V°°?2C'3S4"°^"^^'^^^^°^^°^' 

44 GIS GRIFFITH SADDLERY, P.O. 25016 W BTFD 
BRANTFORD, ON N5A 3Z2 

47 HAU HARTZ CANADA INC., 1125 TALBOT ST 

ST. THOMAS, ON N5P 3W7 

48 HCS HOECHST CANADA INC., SPECIALTY CHEMICALS, 

4 045 COTE VERTU, w^^,, 

MONTREAL, PQ H4R 1R6 

49 HEN HENLEY CHEMICALS LTD.. 199 COURTLAND AVE., 

CONCORD, ON L4K 4T2 «»=■•, 

50 HMF HAMMONDS FUEL ADDITIVES INC., P.O BOX 28039 

LONDON, ON N6H 5E1 28039, 



51 HOD 



HOFLAND, JOHN G. LTD., 6695 PACIFIC CIRCIE 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 1V6 '^^''^^^^ CIRCLE, 

52 HON TARTAN COLOUR 

101-7145 WEST CREDIT AVE., BLDG 2 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1A6 

53 HUB HUNTER BRAND MFG. LTD., SALES AND MARKETING, 

95 RUE ST-ZOTIQUE OUEST 
MONTREAL, PQ H2S IPl 



54 IBK 

55 JAK 

56 JAN 

7 JFF 

58 JOH 



MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 5R9 

Bn^S/rSiL^EfSx™-' ''™' ■''°'- =°-f»T MANAGER, 
BRANTFORD, ON N3T SRI 



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59 JRM JORUM CO., 128 PINETREE WAY, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5A 2R2 

60 KEM KEMSAN INC., ATTN: GENERAL MANAGER, BOX 727, 

OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5C1 

61 KOZ KORZITE COATINGS INC., P.O. BOX 1175, 

GUELPH, ON NIH 6N3 

62 LEE LEGATE & TEDDER LTD., 143 CASTLE CR. , 

OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5H4 

63 LMB KENNETH A MURCHISON, 141 LAURIER AVE., 

OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 

64 LSR LIFE SCIENCES RESEARCH INT'L, 

R.R. #1, 84 BIRCHMOUNT RD . , 
AJAX, ON LIT 3S4 

65 LTR D.W. LATTER AND ASSOCIATES, 22 QUEEN ANNE ROAD, 

TORONTO, ON M8X 1S9 

66 LWE LAW, E.G., 1115-38TH AVE. S.W., 

CALGARY, AB T2T 2J3 

67 MAE MAHEU & MAHEU INC., A/S DU DIRECTEUR TECHNIQUE, 

195-710 RUE BOUVIER, 
QUEBEC, PQ G2J 1C2 

68 MCA MACDONALD, AFFLECK & COOLIGAN, BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, 

200 ELGIN ST., IITH FLOOR, 
OTTAWA, ON K2P 1L5 

69 MOL MONSANTO CANADA LTD., 350-441 MACLAREN, 

OTTAWA, ON K2P 2H3 

70 MYS MYSTO INC., 8500 9e AVENUE, 

MONTREAL, PQ HIZ 2Z5 

71 NIE NOVO NORDISK BIOINDUSTRIALS IN, 119 BERNARD AVE., 

TORONTO, ON M5R 1S4 

72 NTT NUTRITE INC., P.O. BOX 1000, 7005 TASCHEREAU BLVD., 

BROSSARD, PQ J4Z 3N2 

73 NUG NU-GRO CORPORATION, HOME & GARDEN DEPT., 

HIGHWAY 59 SOUTH, P.O. BOX 1148, 
WOODSTOCK, ON N4S 8P6 

74 NUO NUCRO- TECHNICS INC., 16-2000 ELLESMERE RD . , 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIH 2W4 

75 OGI OGILVIE, GLEN G. LTD., P.O. BOX 550, 

CALEDONIA, ON NOA lAO 

76 OLH OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, 236-36TH ST. N. , 

LETHBRIDGE, AB TIJ 4B2 

77 OSH OSLER HOSKIN & HARCOURT, P.O. BOX 50, 

TORONTO, ON M5X IBS 

78 OWB OWEN & BIRD, 

P.O.BOX 49130, 3 BENTAL CENTRE, 2900-595 BURRARD ST., 
VANCOUVER, BC V7X 1J5 



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79 PCO PCO SERVICES INC., 170 ROBERT SPECK PKWY, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Z 3G1 

80 PLC PLANT PRODUCTS CO. LTD., ATTN: TECHNICAL DEPT., 

314 ORENDA RD . , 
BRAMPTON, ON L6T IGl 

81 PLU PLUS ENRG., 101-300 RUE CHAPLEAU, 

ST -HYACINTHE, PQ J2S 6V9 

82 PPJ PPG INDUSTRIES INC. CANADA, 5546 TI^BERLEA BLVD, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2T7 

83 PRJ PERYCUT CHEMIE AG, 

P.O. BOX 66001, TOWNE CENTRE, 1355 KINGSTON RD . , 
PICKERING, ON LIV 6P7 

84 PSI PET SCIENCE LTD., 35-190 HWY #7 

BRAMPTON, ON L7A 1A2 

85 PTM PETON MARKETING INC., 7300 WARDEN AVE., STE 400, 

MARKHAM, ON L3R 9Z6 

86 RDK REDDICK, FRANK, 52 SOMERSET ORES., 

LONDON, ON N6K 3M3 

87 RHQ RHONE POULENC CANADA INC., 

2000 ARGENTIA RD . , PLAZA 3, SUITE 400, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1V9 

88 RIE RICE, K.P., P.O. BOX 1258, 

STONEY PLAIN, AB TOE 2G0 

89 ROR ROSS, FRANK T. & SONS LTD., BOX 248, 

WEST HILL, ON MIE 4R5 

90 ROT RO-TYME CHEMICAL CORP., 9 COMMERCE RD . , 

ORANGEVILLE, ON L9W 3X5 

91 ROU ROUSSEL CANADA LTD., 4045 COTE VERTU, 

MONTREAL, PQ H4R 2E8 

92 SAF SANEX INC., 5100-A TIMBERLEA BLVD . , 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2S5 

93 SAJ SANITIZED PROCESS CAN. LTD., 356 SUMACH ST., 

TORONTO, ON M4X 1V4 

94 SBL STANDARD BIOLOGICAL LABS., 310 BRUNEL RD., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Z 2C2 

95 SHC STUART HOUSE CANADA LTD., 77 RIVALDA RD . , 

WESTON, ON M9M 2M6 

96 SIE STIKEMAN, ELLIOTT, BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS 

COMMERCE WAY WEST, SUITE 1400, 
TORONTO, ON M5L 1B9 

97 SIK STIKEMAN, ELLIOTT, 914-50 O'CONNOR ST., 

OTTAWA, ON KIP 6L2 

98 SKB SMITHKLINE BEECHAM ANIMAL HEAT, 3130 PEPPER MILL CRT., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 4X4 

99 SMM SIMPLOT CANADA LTD., P.O. BOX 940, 

BRANDON, MB R7A 6A1 

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100 SMV SUMMERVILLE CUSTOM & SPRAYING, 

R.R. #2, RD. #37, 
OTTERVILLE, ON NO J IRO 

101 SSP SASCO PRODUCTS LTD., 31 ILSLEY AVE., 

DARTMOUTH, NS B3B 1L5 

102 SUH SUMITOMO CANADA LTD., 1 FIRST CANADIAN PLACE, 

SUITE 7010, P.O. BOX 258, 
TORONTO, ON M5X 1C8 

103 SXA SANEX AGRO INC., 36 HEAD ST., 

DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

104 THS THOMAS, JOSEPH, c/o LOW MURCHISON, 

141 LAURIER AVE. W. , STE 1000, 
OTTAWA, ON KIP 5J3 

105 TIS TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 2ND LINE RD . W., P.O. BOX 2, 

CAMPBELLVILLE , ON LOP IBO 

106 TNQ TENDER CORP . /CANADA, 10-18 ALLIANCE BLVD., 

BARRIE, ON L4M 5A5 

107 UAC UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, 820-26TH ST. N.E. 

CALGARY, AB T2A 2M4 

108 UAG UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, R.R. #2, 

DORCHESTER, ON NOL 1G5 

109 UCB UNION CARBIDE CANADA LTD., 5507 FIRST ST. S.E., 

CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 

110 UNR UNIROYAL CHEMICAL, DIV. OF UNIROYAL LTD., 

25 ERB ST. , BOX 250, 
ELMIRA, ON N3B 3A3 

111 use US BORAX & CHEM. CORP., P.O. BOX 8090, 

LONDON, ON N6G 2B0 

112 VAO VAN WATERS & ROGERS LTD., 

ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS MGR., 777 SUPERTEST RD . , 
DOWNSVIEW, ON M3J 2M5 

113 VIN JACK VINCELLI INC., 5803 WESTMINISTER, 

MONTREAL, PQ H4W 2J9 

114 WAL WATKINS INC., 77 IRENE ST., 

WINNIPEG, MB R3T 4C7 

115 WBR WILBUR-ELLIS CO., 2911 CLEVELAND AVE., 

SASKATOON, SK S7K 8A9 

116 WFN WINFRAN LTD., 2504-6220 MCKAY AVE., 

BURNABY, BC V5H 4M8 

117 WIC WIN CHEMICALS U EQUIPMENT LTD., 

1295 EGLINTON AVE E., UNIT #11, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 3E6 

118 WIL WILSON LABORATORIES INC., 36 HEAD ST., 

DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 



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119 ZNA ZENECA AGRO, A BUSINESS OF ZENECA CORP 

P.O. BOX 9910, 400 JONES RD , 
STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 

120 ZOD ZOECON CANADA INC., 3-12 STANLEY COURT 

WHITBY, ON LIN 8P9 



2. Table 2 to the Regulation is revolted and the following 
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Table 2 
INDEX OF REGISTRANT CODES 



1 AAG ALBERTA AEROSOL-GILLEX, NATURAL PROPELLENT INC., 

P.O. BOX 333, STN R, 
TORONTO, ON M4G 4C3 

2 ABE ABELL PEST CONTROL, 246 ATTWELL DR., 

ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 5B4 

3 ABT ABBOTT LABORATORIES, CHEMICAL & AGRIC PROD. DIV. , 

DEPT. 028R, 1401 SHERIDAN ROAD, 
NORTH CHICAGO, IL 60064 
USA 

4 ACN ARCHEM CORP., 

P.O. BOX 767, 1514 -IITH ST., 
PORTSMOUTH, OH 45662 
USA 

5 AFL ALFA-LAVAL AGRI, 2020 FISHER DR., 

PETERBOROUGH, ON K9J 7B7 

6 AGE AGBIOCHEM INC., 3 FLEETWOOD CRT., 

ORINDA, CA 94563 
USA 

7 AGE AGRISENSE/PROVESTA CORP., 15 D3 PHILLIPS BLDG., 

BARTLESVILLE, OK 74004 
USA 

8 AGL AGROLINZ INC., 6525 QUAIL HOLLOW, STE 107, 

MEMPHIS, TN 38120-1309 
USA 

9 AGP ASSAULT -GARD SECURITY PRODUCTS, 

4101 E. LOUISIANA AVE . , SUITE G-1, 

DENVER, CO 80222 

USA 

10 AGV AG-SERVICES INC., 116 KENPARK AVE . , 

BRAMPTON, ON L6Z 3J8 

11 AGZ AGROLINZ, ST. PETER STRASSB 25, 

LINZ, A-4020 
AUSTRIA 

12 AHB ACCESSORIES HUNTER BRAND INC., 

6674 AVE. DE L'ESPLANADE, 
MONTREAL, PQ H2V 4L5 

13 AIG AIR GUARD CONTROL INC., 8001 KEBLE ST., P.O. BOX 89, 

CONCORD, ON L4K 1B2 

14 AIK AIRKEM PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS, DIV. OF ECO LAB LTD., 

5105 TOMKEN RD., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2X5 

15 ALT ALSI CIE LTEB, 150 RUB SBIGNEURIALB, C.P. 5040, 

BEAUPORT, PQ GIB 6B3 



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IS AMR AMERIBROM INC., ATTN: DIRECTOR REG. AFFAIRS, 
52 VANDBRBILT AVE . , 
NEW YORK, NY 10017 
USA 

17 AMV AMVAC CHEMICAL CORP., 4100 E. WASHINGTON BLVD., 

LOS ANGELES, CA 90023 
USA 

18 AMW AMWAY CORP., 7575 E. FULTON RD . , 

ADA, MI 49355 
USA 

19 AMX ANIMAX, 69 BESSEMER RD . , UNIT 27, 

LONDON, ON N6E 2V6 

20 ANI ARI INC., P.O. BOX 999, 

GRIFFIN, GA 30224 
USA 

21 APA APA DIV. SANOFI ANIMAL HEALTH, 345 BLVD. LABBE NORD, 

VICTORIAVILLE , PQ G6P IBl 

22 APB APPLIED BIOCHEMISTS INC., 6120 WEST DOUGLAS AVE., 

MILWAUKEE, WI 53218 
USA 

23 AQS AQUASHADE INC., DIV. OF APPLIED BIOCHEMISTS IN, 

612 WEST DOUGLAS AVE., 
MILWAUKEE, WI 53218 
USA 

24 ARO ARMSTRONG MAN. CO., 2485 HAINES RD., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Y 1Y7 

25 ARR AIRRIGATION ENGINEERING CO., P.O. BOX H, 

CARMEL VALLEY, CA 93924 
USA 

26 A"C ICI SURFACTANTS, ATTN: REGIONAL MANAGER, P.O.BOX 1085, 

BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5T2 

27 ATD ELF ATOCHEM NORTH AMERICA DECCO, 

1713 S. CALIFORNIA AVE., 
MONROVIA, CA 91016-0120 
USA 

28 ATK ATAKI ENTERPRISES INC., P.O. BOX 1631, 

ST. LAURENT, PQ H4L 4Z2 

29 AUL AUSTIN, DIV.VETOQUINOL CANADA, 675 ST-PIERRE SUD., 

JOLIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 

30 AVC AVITROL CORP., 7644 E. 46TH ST., 

TULSA, OK 74145 
USA 

31 AVM AVMOR LTD., DEPT DES ENREGISTREMENTS, 

433, RUE STE-HELENE, 
MONTREAL, PQ H2Y 2 LI 

32 AZO AKZO NOVEL CHEMICALS BV, P.O. BOX 247, 

AMERSFOORT, 3800 AE 
THE NETHERLANDS 



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371 



33 BAI BAIRD & MCGUIRE CAN. LTD., 445-21ST AVE., 

liACHINE, PQ H8S 3T8 

34 BAT BARTLETT, N.M. INC., P.O. BOX 490, 931 BARTLETT ROAD, 

BEAMSVILLE, ON LOR IBO 

35 BAX BAYVET DIV. CHEMAGRO LTD., 77 BELFIELD RD., 

ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 

36 BAZ BASF CANADA INC., REGULATORY AFFAIRS, 

345 CARLINGVIEW DR., 
TORONTO, ON M9W 6N9 

37 BBE B.B. EXTERMINATION INC., 1200-116IEME RUE, 

SHAWINIGAN-SUD, PQ G9P 3B6 

38 BBM BURLINGTON SCIENTIFIC CORP., 222 SHERWOOD AVE, 

FARMINGDALE, NY 11735-1718 
USA 

39 BDC BRENTDALE CHEMICALS, 3155 PEPPERMILL CT., UNIT 4, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 4X7 

40 BDG BODYGUARD INDUSTRIES, 21S39 N. 14TH AVE . , 

PHOENIX, AZ 85027 
USA 

41 BDI BLUE DIAMOND EXT. CO. INC., ROUTE 2, BOX 1322, 

ROGERS VILLE, TN 37857 
USA 

42 BDN POKON & CHRYSAL BV, P.O. BOX 17, 

BUSSUM, 1400 AA 
THE NETHERLANDS 

43 BDT BRANDT CHEMICAL CO., P.O. BOX 277, 

PLEASANT PLAINS, IL 62677 
USA 

44 BEH BEE MAID HONEY LTD., 625 ROSEBERRY ST., 

WINNIPEG, MB R3H 0T4 

45 BEN BENJAMIN MOORE & CO. LTD., 139 MULOCK AVE., 

TORONTO, ON M6N 1G9 

46 BIC BIRD CONTROL INTERNATIONAL, P.O. BOX 12, 

MACEDONIA, OH 44056 
USA 

47 BIE BIKOE MANUFACTURING CO., 392 QUEEN ST. E., 

TORONTO, ON M5A 1T3 

48 BXL BIO -LAB INC., ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS MGR., 

P.O. BOX 1489, 
DECATUR, GA 30031 
USA 

49 BLL BELL LABORATORIES INC., 3699 KINSMAN BLVD., 

MADISON, WI 53704 
USA 

50 BLN BOLIDEN INTERTRADE INC., 300-3379 PEACHTREE RD. NE, 

ATLANTA, GA 30326 
USA 



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U. Keg. 19/96 

51 BLO BLOOD PROTECTION CO. (M) BERHAD, 

4821 PERMATANG PAUH, 
13400 BUTTERWORTH, 
PENANG, 
MALAYSIA 

52 BOY BOYLE-MIDWAY CANADA LTD., 2 WICKMAN RD 

TORONTO, ON M8Z 5M5 

53 BRX BIRD-X INC., 730 WEST LAKE ST 

CHICAGO, IL 60606 
USA 



55 CAA 

56 CAI 



PRODUITS CADILLAC LTEE, 1160 RUE TAILLON. 
QUEBEC, PQ GIN 4M1 

CANADA PACKERS INC., FINE CHEMICALS DIVISION 
5100 TIMBERLEA BLVD., ' 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2S5 

57 CAT CANTOL LTD., 199 STEELCASE RD . , P.O BOX 2400 

DON MILLS, ON M3C 2T9 

58 CAX AGREVO INC., 295 HENDERSON DR 

REGINA, SK S4N 6C2 

59 CAY CANADIAN INDUSTRIAL CHEM., 660 LEPINE AVE 

DORVAL, PQ H9P 1G2 

60 CBE CANADIAN TIRE CORP. LTD., 2180 YONGE ST 

TORONTO, ON M4P 2V8 "' 

61 CBL CARDEL PRODUCTS LTD., BOX 126, 

BRAMPTON, ON L6V 2K7 

CHEMICAL SPECIALTIES INC., ONE WOODLAWN GREEN 

CHARLOTTE, NC 28217 

USA 



62 CCS 



63 CDH CITADEL ANIMAL HEALTH, 42 BEAVERDALE RD 

CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2W4 

64 CEK SHELL AGRAR GMBH & CO KG 

KONRAD-ADENAUER-STR. 30, P.O BOX 300 

INGLEHEIM/RHEIN, D-6507 

GERMANY 

65 CER CERTIFIED LAB. PRODUCTS 

2ÎÏ*nSrMÎÎn"c^^^ ^^^•'' ^^™= TECHNICAL SERVICE MGR., 
239 ORENDA RD . , 

BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1E6 

66 CFI CF. P. I., 28 BOUL CAMELINAT BP 75 

GENNEVILLIERS, 92233 
FRANCE 

67 CGC CIBA-GEIGY CANADA LTD., 6860 CENTURY AVE 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 

68 CGD CIBA-GEIGY CORP., DYESTUFFS & CHEMICAL DIV 

P.O. BOX 11422, 
GREENSBORO, NC 274 09 
USA 

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69 CGH MALLINCKRODT VETERINARY INC., 

695 WESTNEY RD. S., P.O. BOX 430, 
AJAX, ON LIS 3C5 

70 CGL CARGILL LTD., 300-240 GRAHAM AVE . , BOX 5900, 

WINNIPEG, MB R3C 4C5 

71 CHD IBC MANUFACTURING CO., 

416 EAST BROOKS RD . , P.O. BOX 9158, 

MEMPHIS, TN 38109 

USA 

72 CHG MOBAY CORP., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIV. , 

P.O. BOX 4913, 8400 HAWTHORN ROAD, 

KANSAS CITY, MO 64120 

USA 

73 CHH MILES CANADA INC., 77 BELFIELD RD., 

ETOBICOKE, ON M9W 1G6 

74 CHM CHEMPAR CHEMICAL CO. INC., DIV. OF LIPHA CHEMICALS, 

3101 W. CUSTER AVE., 
MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 
USA 

75 CHP ICI CHIPMAN, A BUSINESS ICI CAN., 

400 JONES RD., P.O. BOX 9910, 
STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 

76 CHV CHEVRON CHEMICAL CANADA LTD., 3228 SOUTH SERVICE RD . , 

BURLINGTON, ON L7N 3H8 

77 CHZ COGHLAN'S LTD., 121 IRENE ST., 

WINNIPEG, MB R3T 4C7 

78 CKN COCHRAN CORPORATION, 2227 DEADRICK AVE., 

MEMPHIS, TN 38114 
USA 

79 CLC CLOROX CO. OF CANADA LTD., 501 HIGH ST.W., 

MOOSEJAW, SK S6H 4N7 

80 CLR CLEARY (W.A.) CHEMICAL CORP., 

1049 SOMERSET ST., P.O. BOX 10, 

SOMERSET, NJ 08875 

USA 

81 CMF CHEMFREE ENVIRONMENT INC., 16763 HYMUS BLVD., 

KIRKLAND, PQ H9H 3L4 

82 CMI CHEMAC INDUSTRIES INC., 1-368 INDUSTRIAL AVE . , 

KELOWNA, BC VIY 7E8 

83 CNP CONSTRUCTION PRODUCT DIST.SERV, 

219 CONNIE ORES., UNIT 14, 
CONCORD, ON L4K 1L4 

84 COS COPELAND LABORATORIES LTD . , 

3155 PEPPERMILL CT., UNIT 4, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 4X7 

85 CPB COPPER BRITE INC., 1482 E. VALLEY RD., #29, 

SANTA BARBARA, CA 93108-1241 
USA 



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86 CRS CREATIVE SALES INC., P.O. BOX 501, 222 NO. PARK AVE . , 

FREMONT, NE 68025 
USA 

87 CSB CASA BERNARDO LTDA. , AV. ANA COSTA NO 482/484, 

SANTOS-SAO PAULO, CEP 11060 
BRAZIL 

88 CSM CONSUMER CHEMICAL CONROS CORP., 1190 BIRCHMOUNT ROAD, 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIP 2B8 

89 CTZ CHEM-TECH LTD., 4515 FLEUR DR. SUITE 303, 

DES MOINES, lA 50321 
USA 

90 CUP CURRIE PRODUCTS LTD., 350 WENTWORTH ST. N., 

HAMILTON, ON L8L 5W3 

91 CVO CHEVRON CHEMICAL CO., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS DIV., 

P.O. BOX 5047, 

SAN RAMON, CA 94583 

USA 

92 CVT CAN- VET ANIMAL HEALTH SUPPLIES, 

60 TAGGART ST., UNIT 5, 
GUELPH, ON NIH 6H8 

93 CWD CANADIAN WILDLIFE SERVICE, ENVIRONMENT CANADA, 

49 CAMELOT DR., 
NEPEAN, ON KIA 0H3 

94 CYC CYANAMID CANADA INC., CROP PROTECTION DIVISION, 

88 MCNABB ST. , 
MARKHAM, ON L3R 6E6 

95 DAL DAVIS & LAWRENCE, 420 BEAVERDALE RD . , 

CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2W4 

96 DEG DEGESCH AMERICA INC., 275 TRIANGLE DR., P.O. BOX 116, 

WEYERS CAVE, VA 244 86 
USA 

97 DEP DENALT PAINTS LTD., ATTN: DIR. RESEARCH & DEVELOP., 

601 RIVERMEDE RD . , 
CONCORD, ON L4K 2G8 

98 DIM DIACHEM INDUSTRIES LTD., 312-1285 WEST BROADWAY, 

VANCOUVER, BC V6H 3Z9 

99 DIS DISPAR, DIV. VETOQUINOL CANADA, 675 ST-PIERRE SUD, 

JULIETTE, PQ J6E 3Z1 

100 DIT DITCHLING CORP. LTD., P.O. BOX 395, 

DON MILLS, ON M3C 2S7 

101 DIV DIVERSEY INC., ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS, 

2 64 5 ROYAL WINDSOR DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5J ILl 

102 DOL DOMINION VETERINARY LABS., 800 MAIN ST., 

WINNIPEG, MB R2W 3N7 

103 DOO DOMTAR INC., WOOD PRESERVING DIVISION, 

395 DE MAISONNEUVE 0., 
MONTREAL, PQ H3A 1L6 

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104 DOW DOW CHEMICAL OF CANADA LTD., 

P.O. BOX 1012, MODELAND RD . , 
SARNIA, ON N7T 7K7 

105 DRX DREXEL CHEMICAL CO., 

2487 PENNSYLVANIA ST., P.O. BOX 9306, 

MEMPHIS, TN 38109 

USA 

106 DTC DRUG TRADING CO. LTD., 1960 EGLINTON AVE. E., 

BOX 335, STATION "A", 
SCARBOROUGH, ON MIK 5C1 

107 DUP SOLVAY DUPHAR B.V., C.J. VAN HOUTENLAAN 36, 

WEESP, 1281 CP 
THE NETHERLANDS 

108 DUQ DUPONT CANADA INC., ATTN: REGISTRATION & DEV. MGR., 

BOX 2300, STREETS VILLE P.O., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2J4 

109 DWE DOWEIiANCO CANADA INC., 17705 LESLIE ST., 

NEWMARKET, ON L3Y 3E3 

110 EAT EATON, J.T. & CO. LTD., ATTN: REGISTRATION OFFICER, 

1393 E. HIGHLAND RD . , 
TWINSBURG, OH 44087 
USA 

111 EDS ENDURA S. P. A., 5 VIALE PIETRAMELLARA, 

BOLOGNA, 40121 
ITALY 

112 EIC ENV. INSECT CONTROL SYSTEMS IN, P.O. BOX 691128, 

HOUSTON, TX 77269-1128 
USA 

113 EKO EKCO CANADA INC., 5781 ELLEN AVE., 

NIAGARA FALLS, ON L2G 3P9 

114 ELA ELI LILLY AND COMPANY, 3650 DANFORTH AVE., 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIN 2E8 

115 EMO EMPIRE INTERNATIONAL, 3155 PEPPERMILL CT., UNIT 4, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 4X7 

116 ESL IMPERIAL OIL LTD., P.O. BOX 4029, TERMINAL A, 

TORONTO, ON M5W 1K3 

117 FAR FARNAM COMPANIES, 301 W. OSBORN, 

PHOENIX, AZ 85013 
USA 

118 FEM FERMENTA ANIMAL HEALTH COMPANY, 

BOX 901350, 10150 N EXECUTIVE HILLS BLVD, 

KANSAS CITY, MO 64190 

USA 

119 FFA FAIRFIELD AMERICAN CORP., 210 ROUTE 17N, 

RUTHERFORD, NJ 07070 
USA 

120 FIS FISONS PLC HORTICULTURE DIV. , PAPER MILL LANE, 

BRAMFORD, 

IPSWICH, SUFFOLK IP8 4BZ 

ENGLAND 

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121 FLE FLEXO PRODUCTS NIAGARA LTD., 4777 KENT AVE., 

NIAGARA FALLS, ON L2H 1J5 

122 FMC FMC CORP., AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL DIV. , 

1735 MARKET ST. , 
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103 
USA 

123 FOF FOSSIL FLOWER NAT. BUG CONTROL, 

c/o CIBA-GEIGY CAN/AG DIV. , 
6860 CENTURY AVE. , 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 2W5 

124 FPI FAIR PRODUCTS INC., AGRI -SPECIALTIES DIV., 

P.O. BOX 386, 
GARY, NC 27512 
USA 

125 FPM FOREST PEST MANAGEMENT INST., 

CANADIAN FORESTRY SERVICE, 
ATTN: DIRECTOR PEST MGT APP., 
P.O. BOX 490, 
SAULT STE- MARIE, ON P6A 5M7 

126 FRE FREEDOM ENTERPRISES INC., BOX 217, 

ERIKSDALE, MB ROC OWO 

127 FSS FISONS HORTICULTURE INC., 600-25 WATLINE AVE., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5Z 2Z1 

12 8 FUB FULLER BRUSH CO., 84 79 PLACE DEVONSHIRE, 
VILLE MONT -ROYAL, PQ H4P 2K1 

129 GAX GARDEX CHEMICALS LTD., 246 ATTWELL DR., 

REXDALE, ON M9W 5B4 

130 GET GAMETRICS LTD., P.O. BOX 68, 

ALZADA, MT 59311 
USA 

131 GHC GIBSON-HOMANS OF CANADA LTD., 2540 RENA RD . , 

MALTON, ON L4Y 3C9 

132 GOW GOWAN COMPANY, 1644 ENGLER AVE., P.O. BOX 5569, 

YUMA, AZ 85366-5569 

USA 

133 GPB GP CHEMICALS SPECIALTY LTD., 

55 WEST BEAVERCREEK RD . , UNIT 10, 
RICHMOND HILL, ON L4B 1K5 

134 GRA GREENLEAF GARDEN SUPPLIES, 

4612 DAWSON ST., P.O. BOX 82338, 
BURNABY, BC V5C 5P8 

135 GRC GREAT LAKES CHEMICAL CORP., ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS, 

P.O. BOX 2200, 

WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 4 79 06 

USA 

136 GRG GREER (W.E.) LTD., 14704 - 119TH AVE . , 

EDMONTON, AB T5L 2P1 

137 GRN GRIFFIN CORP., BOX 1847, 

VALDOSTA, GA 31601 
USA 

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138 GRO GROWERS SUPPLY CO. LTD., 421 CAWSTON AVENUE, 

KELOWNA, BC VIY 6Z1 

139 GRX GAROX CHEMICALS INC., R.R. #1, 

CALEDONIA, ON NO A lAO 

140 GUS GUSTAFSON INC., ATTN: MANAGER REGULATORY AFF . , 

400-1400 PRESTON RD., 

PLANO, TX 

USA 

141 GZR GLASER MANUFACTURING, 9-1260 FEWSTER DR. , 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 1A5 

142 HAC HAGEN, ROLF C.,INC., 3225 RUE SARTELON, 

MONTREAL, PQ H4R IE 8 

143 HAU HARTZ CANADA INC., 1125 TALBOT ST., 

ST. THOMAS, ON N5P 3W7 

144 HCL HOECHST CELANESE CORPORATION, SPECIALTY CHEMICAL GROUP, 

77 CENTER DR., BLDG 5200, 
CHARLOTTE, NC 21217 
USA 

145 HDP HEDLEY PACIFIC VENTURES LTD., 1540-800 W.PENDER ST., 

VANCOUVER, BC V6C 2V6 

14 6 HEK HENKEL CANADA LTD., ATTN: MANAGER REGULATORY AFF., 
2290 ARGENTIA RD . , 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 6H9 

147 HHH HORSE HEA^iTH PRODUCTS, DIV. OF PITMAN-MOORE INC., 
421 EAST HAWLEY ST., 
MUNDELEIN, IL 60060 
USA 

14 8 HIU HARDING INVENTIONS UNLTD . INC., 46 SYLVANIA AVE., 
PITTSBURGH, PA 15210 
USA 

149 HMM HAMMONDS FUEL ADDITIVES INC., P.O. BOX 38114-407, 

HOUSTON, TX 77238-8114 
USA 

150 HOE HOME HARDWARE STORES LTD., PAINT & CHEMICAL DIVISION, 

1 BRIAN DR., 

BURFORD, ON NOE lAO 

151 HOH HOME HARDWARE STORES LTD., 34 HENRY ST. W. , 

ST. JACOBS, ON NOB 2N0 

152 HOK HACCO INC., ATTN: REGISTRATION MANAGER, P.O. BOX 7190, 

MADISON, WI 53707 
USA 

153 HOS SOLIGNUM INC., 1785 FORTIN BLVD., 

LAVAL, PQ H7S IPl 

154 HOW D.H. HOWDEN & CO. LTD., PRO - HARDWARE , 

P.O. BOX 2485, 635 SOUTHDALE RD . , 
LONDON, ON N6A 4G8 

155 HRY HOUSEHOLD RENTAL SYSTEMS, DIV OF RECKITTE COLMAN, 

525 ABILENE DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 2H7 

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156 HVW HILLVIEW FARMS LTD., P.O. BOX 1148, 

WOODSTOCK, ON N4S 8P6 

157 lAI INTAGRA INC., 8500 PILLSBURY AVE. S., 

MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55420 
USA 

158 ICC HOT FOOT INTERNATIONAL PTY . LT, 117 CHURCH ST., 

HAWTHORN, VICTORIA 3122 
AUSTRALIA 

159 ICI ICI AMERICAS INC., CONCORD PIKE & NEW MURPHY RD., 

WILMINGTON, DE 19897 
USA 

160 ILD INLAND ALCARE JANITOR SUPPLIES, 10916-119 ST., 

EDMONTON, AB T5H 3P4 

161 INK INSECTAWAY INC., 1119 MILTIMORE ST., P.O. BOX 391, 

BROMONT, PQ JOE ILO 

162 INN INSECTO ENR., 300 CHAPLEAU, SUITE 101, 

ST -HYACINTHE, PQ J2S 6V9 

163 INQ INDUSTRIES QUIMICAS DEL., (INQUINOSA) NOROESTE, S.A., 

AVENIDA DEL VALLE 15, 

MADRID - 3, 

SPAIN 

164 INT INTERPROVINCIAL CO-OP LTD., P.O. BOX 1050, 

SASKATOON, SK S7K 3M9 

165 IPI I. PI. CI. INDUSTRIA PRODOTTI CH, 

ATTN: REGISTRATION DEPT. , 

VIA F BELTRAMI 11, 20026 NOVATE MILANESE, 

MILAN, 

ITALY 

166 ISK ISK BIOSCIENCES CORP., 

5966 HEISLEY RD . , P.O. BOX 8000, 

MENTOR, OH 44061-8000 

USA 

167 JAN JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA, ATTN: MGR VET. MEDICAL AFFAIRS, 

1-6705 MILLCREEK DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 5R9 

168 JAS JANSSEN PHARMACEUTICA, PLANT PROTECTION DIVISION, 

1125 TRENTON -HARBOURTON RD . , 
TITUSVILLE, NJ 08560-0200 
USA 

169 JMD JESMOND LTD., DENNING HOUSE, 9 CHANCERY LANE, 

LONDON, WC 2 A I EU 
ENGLAND 

170 JOC JONES, M.F.J. , 61 HORNCHURCH CRES . , 

MARKHAM, ON L3R 7C5 

171 JOH JOHNSON (S.C.) & SON LTD., ATTN: TECH. SUPPORT MANAGER, 

BOX 520, 1 WEBSTER ST., 
BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5R1 

172 JOL JOHN LIM CO. (THE), 1285 ST. MARY'S AVE., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5E 1H8 

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173 KCD KINCAID ENTERPRISES INC., BOX 549, 

NITRO, WV 25143 
USA 

174 KEK KEM MANUFACTURING CAN. LTD., 

3155 PEPPERMILL COURT, UNIT 4, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5L 4X7 

175 KEM KEMSAN INC., ATTN: GENERAL MANAGER, BOX 727, 

OAKVILLE, ON L6J 5C1 

176 KIN KING PESTICIDE LTD., P.O. BOX 99, 

CAMPBELLVILLE, ON LOP ISO 

177 KMA KMART CANADA LTD., 8925 TORBRAM RD . , 

BRAMPTON, ON L6T 2G1 

178 LAK LAMBERT KAY, DIV. OF CARTER -WALLACE INC., 

P.O. BOX 1418, 

CRANBURY, NJ 08512-0187 

USA 

179 LAT LATER CHEMICALS LTD., 12080 HORSESHOE WAY, 

RICHMOND, BC V7A 4V5 

180 LAV SOCIETE CHIMIQUE LAURENTIDE, 

4660 -12IEME AVE. , C.P. 367, 
SHAWINIGAN-SUD, PQ G9N 6V2 

181 LEG LEPAGE'S LTD., 50 WEST DR., 

BRAMALEA, ON L6T 2J4 

182 LEW LEWIS CATTLE OILER CO. LTD., BOX 250, 

OAK LAKE, MB ROM IPO 

183 Lie LIQUID CARBONIC CANADA LTD., 255 BRIMLEY RD . , 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIM 3J2 

184 LIN LINTON, THOMAS H., 48 FARMCREST DR., 

AGINCOURT, ON MIT 1B9 

185 LOI LOVELAND INDUSTRIES INC., P.O. BOX 1289, 

GREELEY, CO 80632 
USA 

186 LPH LIPHATECH INC., 3600 WEST ELM ST., 

MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 
USA 

187 MAH MAGNACHEM LTD . , 6224-29TH ST. S.E., 

CALGARY, AB T2C 1W3 

188 MAR MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 1727, 

CAMBRIDGE, ON NIR 7G8 

189 MAZ PRODUITS MARC-0 LTEE . , 3175 RUE GIRARD, 

TROIS -RIVIERES, PQ G8Z 2M5 

190 MBS MATSON (E.M.) JR. CO., 7808-8THAVE. S., 

SEATTLE, WA 98108 
USA 

191 MBY RHONE -POULENC CANADA INC., 

2000 ARGENTIA RD . , PLAZA 3, SUITE 400, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1V9 

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192 MEC MSD AGVET, DIV. OF MERCK FROSST CANADA IN, 

P.O. BOX 1005, 

POINTE CLAIRE -DORVAL, PQ H9R 4P8 

193 MEM MELNOR MANUFACTURING LTD., 80 MORTON AVE. E., 

BRANTFORD, ON N3T 5T3 

194 MER MERZAT IND . , DIV. OF ATLAS CHEMICAL CORP., 

P.O. BOX 141, 

CEDAR RAPIDS, lA 52406 

USA 

195 MFX MORFLEX CHEM. CO., 2110 HIGH POINT RD . , 

GREENSBORO, NC 27403 
USA 

19 6 MGE MICRO-GEN EQUIPMENT & CHEMICAL, 

ATTN: DIR. TECHNICAL SERVICES, 10700 SENTINEL DR., 

SAN ANTONIO, TX 78217 

USA 

197 MGK MCLAUGHLIN GORMLEY KING CO., 8810-lOTH AVE. N., 

MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55427-4732 
USA 

198 MKA MAKHTESHIM CHEMICAL WORKS, 

C/0 MAKHTESHIM- AGAN OF N/A INC, 
551 FIFTH AVE., SUITE 1100, 
NEW YORK, NY 10176 
USA 

199 MKC MAKHTESHIM AGAN N.A. , ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS, 

551 FIFTH AVE., SUITE 1100, 

NEW YORK, NY 10176 

USA 

200 MKS MARKS (A.H.) & CO. LTD., WYKE BRADFORD, 

WEST YORKSHIRE, BD 12 9EJ 
ENGLAND 

201 MLS MILES LABORATORIES INC., HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS DIV., 

7123 W. 65TH ST., 
CHICAGO, IL 60638 
USA 

202 MMN 3M CANADA INC., HEALTH CARE PROD. & SER. DIV., 

ATTN: ANIMAL CARE PROD. MGR., P.O. BOX 5757, 
LONDON, ON N6A 4T1 

203 MNY MOONEY CHEMICALS INC., ATTN: ADMIN ASST LAB., 

2301 SCRANTON RD. , 
CLEVELAND, OH 44113 
USA 

204 MOM MOTOMCO LTD., P.O.BOX 8422, 

MADISON, WI 53708 
USA 

205 MOX MONSANTO CANADA INC., STREETSVILLE P.O. BOX 787, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5M 2G4 

206 MRR MR. ROACHKILLER INC., 789 WARDEN AVE., UNIT 7, 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIL 4C2 



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207 MRS MARNICOLE SALES INC., 200 KONRAD CRES . , 

MARKHAM, ON L3R 8T9 

208 MTC MTC PHARMACEUTICALS, 420 BEAVERDALE RD . , 

CAMBRIDGE, ON N3C 2W4 

209 MTK MANTEK, DIV. OF NCH CANADA INC., 245 ORENDA RD . , 

BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1E7 

210 MTO M & T CHEMICALS INC., ONE WOODBRIDGE CENTER, 

WOODBRIDGE, NJ 07095 
USA 

211 MTV MULTI-VET LTD., 120 FERLAND, STE 113, 

ILES DES SOEURS, PQ H3E ILl 

212 MUB MULCO INC., 2433 SIR WILFRID LAURIER, 

ST-HUBERT, PQ J4T 3K3 

213 MYC MYCOGEN CORP., 4980 CARROLL CANYON RD . , 

SAN DIEGO, CA 92121 
USA 

214 NAC NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH OF CAN., DIV. OF NCH CANADA INC., 

ATTN: TECHNICAL SERVICE MGR., 245 ORENDA RD . , 
BRAMALEA, ON L6T 1E7 

215 NCR NIAGARA CHEMICAL, DIV. OF MAY & BAKER, 

1274 PLAINS RD. E. , 
BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Z1 

216 NHM NASCHEM INC., 4-6033 SHAWSON DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 1H8 

217 NID NOVO NORDISK A/S, NOVO ALLE, 
BAGSVAERD, 2880 
DENMARK 

218 NIL NITRAGIN, DIV. LIPHA CHEMICALS INC., 
3101 W. CUSTER AVE. , 
MILWAUKEE, WI 53209 
USA 

219 NLC NALCO CANADA INC., P.O. BOX 5002, 
BURLINGTON, ON L7R 3Y9 

220 NOQ NOR- AM CHEMICAL CO., LITTLE FALLS CENTRE ONE, 
2711 CENTERVILLE RD . , 
WILMINGTON, DE 19808 
USA 

221 NOX NOXALL PRODUCTS LTD., P.O. BOX 33882, 
VANCOUVER, BC V6J 4L7 

222 NTT NUTRITE INC., P.O. BOX 1000, 7005 TASCHEREAU BLVD., 
BROSSARD, PQ J4Z 3N2 

223 NUG NU-GRO CORPORATION, HOME & GARDEN DEPT., 
HIGHWAY 59 SOUTH, P.O. BOX 1148, 
WOODSTOCK, ON N4S 8P6 

224 NUX HULS CANADA, ATTN: MANAGER REG. AFFAIRS, 
235 ORENDA RD., 
BRAMPTON, ON L6T 1E6 



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225 OLH OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, 236-36TH ST. N. , 

LETHBRIDGE, AB TIJ 4B2 

226 ORB ORBIT CHEMICAL SPECIALITIES, 1-4500 SHEPPARD AVE. E., 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIS 3RG 

227 ORM ORMOND VETERINARY SUPPLY, 574 SHAVER RD . , BOX 7424, 

ANCASTER, ON L9G 4G4 

228 OSD OSMOSE-PENTOX INC., 1080 PRATT AVE . , 

MONTREAL, PQ H2V 2V2 

229 OUR OUR BRAND MANUFACTURING INC., 5300 FAIRVIEW ST., 

BURLINGTON, ON L7L 5N5 

230 PEF PECTEN CHEMICALS, P.O. BOX 4407, 

HOUSTON, TX 77210 
USA 

231 PEI ROUSSEL BIO CORP., P.O. BOX 1044, 400 SYLVAN AVE., 

ENGLEWOODS CLIFFS, NJ 07632 
USA 

232 PEN PESTROY CHEMICAL CO. LTD., 1655 EDOUARD LAURIN BLVD., 

MONTREAL, PQ H4L 2B6 

233 PEO PESTCON SYSTEMS INC., 302-5511 CAPITAL CENTER DR., 

RALEIGH, NC 27606 
USA 

234 PEV PETRUNKA, JOHN, R.R. #7, 

THUNDER BAY, ON P7C 5V5 

235 PFF PFIZER C. & G. INC., 

1 WILTON GROVE RD . , P.O. BOX 2005, 
LONDON, ON N6A 4C6 

236 PFP PROFESSIONAL PET PRODUCTS, 1873 N.W. 97TH AVE., 

MIAMI, FL 33172 
USA 

237 PGH SCHERING-PLOUGH HEALTHCARE PRO, ATTN: MGR QC & REG. AFFAIRS, 

6400 NORTHAM, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L4V IJl 

238 PHY PHILLIPS YEAST PRODUCTS LTD., ATTN: EXPORT DIRECTOR, 

49 PARK ROYAL RD . , 
LONDON, NWIO 7JX 
ENGLAND 

239 PIC PIC CORP., 23 S. ESSEX AVE . , 

ORANGE, NJ 07050 
USA 

240 PLB PLANTABBS CORP., 16 W. AYLESBURY RD . , P.O. BOX 397, 

TIMONIUM, MD 21093 
USA 

241 PLG PLANT PRODUCTS CO. LTD., ATTN: TECHNICAL DEPT., 

314 ORENDA RD., 
BRAMPTON, ON L6T IGl 

242 PLU PLUS ENRG., 101-300 RUE CHAPLEAU, 

ST -HYACINTHE, PQ J2S 6V9 



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243 POP POULIN EXTERMINATORS, 24 MARION PLACE, 

WINNIPEG, MB R2H 0S9 

244 PPH PPG INDUSTRIES INC., COATINGS AND RESINS GROUP, 

151 COLFAX ST. , 
SPRINGDALE, PA 15144 
USA 

245 PPK PROLINE CHEMICAL PACKAGING LTD, 376 ORENDA RD . , 

BRAMPTON, ON L6T IGl 

246 PRQ PRODUITS CHIMIQUES SUPERIEUR, 

1368 BORD-DE-L'EAU, STE - DOROTHEE , 
LAVAL, PQ H7Y 1C5 

247 PRY PERYCUT CHEMIE AG, WEHRENBACHHALDE 54, 

ZURICH, CH-8053 
SWITZERLAND 

248 PSF POSITIVE FORMULATORS INC., 1044 N. JERRIE AVE., 

TUCSON, AZ 85711 
USA 

249 PTA PETTEC LABORATORIES LTD., P.O. BOX 8010, 

LONDON, ON N6G 2B0 

250 PTV PET VALU, 7300 WARDEN AVE., 

MARKHAM, ON L3R 9Z6 

251 PUG PUROGUARD INSECTICIDES LTEE, 264 RUE QUERBES, 

DORION, PQ J7V 1J7 

252 PVU P.V.U. INC., 345 BOUL . LABBE, 

VICTORIAVILLE, PQ G6P IBl 

253 PXR PRAXAIR CANADA INC., 1 CITY CENTRE DR., SUITE 1200, 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5B 1M2 

254 PYR PYRETHRUM BUREAU, P.O. BOX 420, 

NAKURU, 
KENYA 

255 QUA QUALITY CHEMICAL MFG. CO., 215 DOLOMITE DR., 

DOWNSVIEW, ON M3J 2N1 

256 RAB RID-A-BIRD INC., P.O. BOX 436, 

WILTON, lA 52778 
USA 

257 RAK RALSTON PURINA CANADA INC., ATTN: ANIMAL HEALTH COORD., 

404 MAIN STREET, 
WOODSTOCK, ON N4S 7X5 

258 RAL RALSTON PURINA CANADA INC., 550 LABONTE ST., 

DRUMMONDVILLE, PQ J2C 5Y4 

259 RAW RAWLEIGH W.T. CO. LTD., 1897-32ND AVE., 

LACHINE, PQ H8T 3J1 

260 RBN A. H. ROBINS CANADA INC., 2360 SOUTHFIELD RD . , 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5H 3R6 

261 RCR ROACH REMOVER INC., 

215 MISSISSAUGA VALLEY BLVD., UNIT #9, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5A 1Y7 

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262 REC RECOCHEM INC., 850 MONTEE DE LIESSE RD., 

MONTREAL, PQ H4T 1P4 

263 REE REED & CARNRICK, DIV. OF BLOCK DRUG CO. CAN., -- 

7600 DANBRO CRES . , 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 6L6 

2 64 REK RECKITT & COLMAN CANADA INC . , 2 WICKMAN RD . , 
TORONTO, ON M8Z 5M5 

265 RER RELIABLE EXTERMINATORS LTD., 

32 - 1730 MCPHERSON COURT, 
PICKERING, ON LIW 3E6 

266 RHQ RHONE POULENC CANADA INC., 

2000 ARGENTIA RD . , PLAZA 3, SUITE 400, 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N 1V9 

2 67 ROH ROHM & HAAS CANADA INC., 2 MANSE RD., 
WEST HILL, ON MIE 3T9 

268 ROK R.W. PACKAGING LTD., ATTN: Q.AM7VNAGER, 

15 69 ORANGE ST. , 
WINNIPEG, MB R3E 3B5 

269 ROR ROSS, FRANK T. & SONS LTD., BOX 248, 

WEST HILL, ON MIE 4R5 

2 70 RPC RESEARCH PRODUCTS CO., DIV. OF MCSHARES INC., 
P.O.BOX 1460, 
SALINA, KS 67402-1460 
USA 

271 RSL ROUSSEL UCLAF CORP., 95 CHESTNUT RIDGE RD., 

MONTVALE, NJ 07645 
USA 

272 RTI ROY TURK INDUSTRIAL SALES LTD., 21 TABER RD . , 

REXDALE, ON M9W 3A7 

273 RUD RUDDUCKS INTERNATIONAL INC., 11-5760 SHIRLEY ST., 

NAPLES, FL 33942 
USA 

274 RYN RAYDON CHEMICALS INC., 259 KING ST., P.O. BOX 1059, 

ALMONTE, ON KIA lAO 

275 SAF SANEX INC., 5100-A TIMBERLEA BLVD . , 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4W 2S5 

276 SAG SANAG DIV. SANITEK PRODUCTS, ATTN: OPERATIONS MANAGER, 

3959 GOODWIN AVE. , 

LOS ANGELES, CA 90039 

USA 

277 SAJ SANITIZED PROCESS CAN. LTD., 356 SUMACH ST., 

TORONTO, ON M4X 1V4 

278 SAL SOLVAY ANIMAL HEALTH INC., 209 MANITOU DR., 

KITCHENER, ON N2C 1L4 

279 SAN SANFAX INDUSTRIES LTD., DIV. OF DIVERSEY INC., 

2645 ROYAL WINDSOR DR., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5J ILl 



^B 



O. Reg. 19/96 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 385 

280 SAT SANITIZED INC., 57 LITCHFIELD RD . , P.O. BOX 2211, 

NEW PRESTON, CT 06777 
USA 

281 SCR GRACE-SIERRA CROP PROTECTION C, 

ATTN: DIRECTOR REG. AFFAIRS, 

P.O. BOX 4003, 1001 YOSEMITE DR., 

MILPITAS, CA 95035 

USA 

282 SCT SCOTT (O.M.) & SONS, ATTN: REG. & ENV. AFFAIRS, 

14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD., 
MARYSVILLE, OH 43041 
USA 

283 SCU SCHULTZ CO., P.O. BOX 173, 14090 RIVERPORT DR., 

MARYLAND HGTS . , MO 63043 
USA 

284 SDZ SANDOZ AGRO CANADA INC., 

SUITE 302, PLAZA 4, 2000 ARGENTIA RD . , 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5N IWl 

285 SEX EXTERMINATION SILO INC., 1896 MONTEE BOIS FRANC, 

ST-ADOLPHE D'HOWARD, QC JOT 2B0 

286 SFR SAFER LTD., 3 PULLMAN COURT, 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIX 1E4 

287 SGO GREEN CROSS GARDEN PRODUCTS LTD., 600-25 WATLINE AVE., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L4Z 2Z1 

28 8 SGT CONAGRA PET PRODUCTS CANADA, 
100 SHEARSON CRES . , 
CAMBRIDGE, ON NIT 1J4 

289 SHM SHELL INT'L. CHEMICAL CO., AGROCHEMICALS DIV. , 

SHELL CENTRE, ATTN: R.W. HEND, REG. AFFAIRS, 
LONDON, SEl 7PG 
• ENGLAND 

290 SHT SHERMAN TECH. CORP., PO BOX 691773, 
LOS ANGELES, CA 90069 
USA 

291 SKM SASKEM MFG. LTD., 1305 HALIFAX ST., 
REGINA, SK S4R 1T9 

292 SKN SMITHKLINE BEECHAM ANIMAL HEAL, 1600 PAOLI PIKE, 
WEST CHESTER, PA 19380 
USA 

293 SMP SIMPLOT, J.R. CO., AGRICULTURAL CHEM DEPT. , 
P.O. BOX 198, 
LATHROP, CA 95330 
USA 

294 SNI SANOFI SANTE ANIMAL CANADA INC, 345 BOUL LABBE N., 
VICTORIAVILLE, PQ G6P IBl 

295 SPR SPRAY-PAK INDUSTRIES INC., 7550 KIMBEL ST., 
MISSISSAUGA, ON L5S 1A7 

296 STD STANCHEM INC., ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS MGR, 
43 JUTLAND RD . , 
ETOBICOKE, ON M8Z 2G6 

59 



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297 STO STANLEYKEM INC., P.O. BOX 999, 

CAMBRIDGE, ON NIR 5Y2 

298 STQ STANHOME INC., 333 WESTERN AVE., 

WESTFIELD, MA 01085 
USA 

299 STV SOURCE TECNOLOGY BIOLOGICALS I, 

3355 HIAWATHA AVE. S., SUITE 122, 

MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55406 

USA 

300 SUA SUNBEAM CORP. (CANADA) LTD., 1040 ISLINGTON AVE . , 

TORONTO, ON M8Z 4R5 

301 SUF SUNFRESH FOODS LTD., 22 ST. CLAIR AVE . E., 

TORONTO, ON M4T 2S8 

302 SUG SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO. LTD., 

5-33 KITAHAMA, 4 -CHOME, 
CHUO-KURE, OSAKA 541 
JAPAN 

303 SUJ SUMITOMO CHEMICAL AMERICA INC., 345 PARK AVE., 

NEW YORK, NY 10154 
USA 

304 SWC SWIMCO CANADA INC., 40 MAIN ST. N. , P.O. BOX 268, 

GEORGETOWN, ON L7G 4Y5 

305 SWH SWISH MAINTENANCE LTD., 2060 FISHER DR., BOX 778, 

PETERBOROUGH, ON K9J 7A2 

306 SXA SANEX AGRO INC., 36 HEAD ST., 

DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

307 TAF TANGLEFOOT CO. (THE), 314 STRAIGHT AVE. S.W., 

GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49504 
USA 

308 TAS TAM O'SHANTER INDUSTRIES, 1303-105 AVE. S.W., 

CALGARY, AB T2W 0B5 

309 TIR TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 980 ELLICOTT ST., 

BUFFALO, NY 14209 
USA 

310 TIS TIMBER SPECIALTIES LTD., 2ND LINE RD . W., P.O. BOX 2, 

CAMPBELLVILLE , ON LOP IBO 

311 TMO TOMEN CORPORATION, 

C. P.O. BOX 183, 14-27 AKASAKA 2 CHOME, 

TOKYO, 107 

JAPAN 

312 TMP TEAM PRODUCTS, 300 AMBASSADOR DR., 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 2J3 

313 TNR TENDER CORP., P.O. BOX 290, LITTLETON INDUSTRIAL PARK, 

LITTLETON, NH 03561 
USA 

314 TOM TOMLYN PRODUCTS, 2285 E. LANDIS AVE., 

VINELAND, NJ 08360-2959 
USA 



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315 TSB TRANSBAS INC., 1525 LOCKWOOD RD . , P.O. BOX 957, 

BILLINGS, MT 59103 
USA 

316 UAG UNITED AGRI PRODUCTS, R.R. #2, 

DORCHESTER, ON NOL 1G5 

317 UBA UPJOHN CO. ANIMAL HEALTH DIV. , 40 CENTENNIAL RD . , 

ORANGEVILLE, ON L9W 3T3 

318 UCA UNION CARBIDE AG PRODUCTS, ATTN: MGR REGULATORY AFFAIRS, 

TW ALEXANDER DR., BOX 12014, 
RESEARCH TRIANGLE, NC 27709 
USA 

319 UCB UNION CARBIDE CANADA LTD., 5507 FIRST ST. S.E., 

CALGARY, AB T2H 1H9 

320 UNR UNIROYAL CHEMICAL, DIV. OF UNIROYAL LTD., 

25 ERB ST. , BOX 250, 
ELMIRA, ON N3B 3A3 

321 UNV UNIVERSAL CROP PROTECTION, 

PARK HOUSE , MAIDEN HEAD RD . , 
COOKHAM BERKSHIRE, SL6 9DS 
ENGLAND 

322 USB U.S. BORAX INC., 6877 TOURNEY RD., 

VALENCIA, CA 91355 
USA 

323 USE USE-HICKSON PRODUCTS LTD., 15 WALLSEND DR., 

SCARBOROUGH, ON MIE 3X6 

324 VAR VAN WATERS & ROGERS LTD., 9800 VAN HORNE WAY 

RICHMOND, BC V6X 1W5 

325 VIG VIGORO INC., 22 CLARKE ST. E., 

TILLSONBURG, ON N4G 1C8 

32 6 VTR VETREPHARM INC., ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS MGR, 
27-69 BESSEMER RD . , 
LONDON, ON N6E 2V6 

327 VUN VULCAN CHEMICALS, P.O. BOX 7689, 

BIRMINGHAM, AL 35253 
USA 

328 VWP VIEWPOINT PRODUCTS & SERV. LTD, 1093 SPADINA RD . , 

TORONTO, ON M5N 2A7 

329 WAK WATKINS INC., 150 LIBERTY ST., 

WINONA, MN 55987 
USA 

330 WAL WATKINS INC., 30-5 SCURFIELD BLVD., 

WINNIPEG, MB R3Y 1G3 

331 WBC WATERBURY CO. INC., P.O. BOX 1812, 

32 MATTATUCK HEIGHTS RD., 
WATERBURY, CT 06722 
USA 

332 WBE WILBUR-ELLIS CO., P.O. BOX 16458, 

FRESNO, CA 93755 
USA 

61 



388 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE /LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q Reg 19/96 

333 WKA WEED -MASTER WESTERN LTD., 

340-12TH AVE. S.W., SUITE 1050, 
CALGARY, AB T2R ILS 

334 WEP WEST PENETONE INC., 10900 SECANT ST., P.O. BOX 160 

VILLE D'ANJOU, PQ HIJ 1S5 

335 WHB W.H. LUBRICANTS LTD., 550-B CONESTOGO RD , 

WATERLOO, ON N2L 4E3 

336 WHM WHITMIRE RESEARCH LABS. INC., 

ATTN: REGULATORY AFFAIRS MGR, 
3568 TREE CRT. INDUSTRIAL BLVD, 
ST. LOUIS, MO 63122 
USA 

337 WIL WILSON LABORATORIES INC., 36 HEAD ST 

DUNDAS, ON L9H 3H3 

338 WIS WISCONSIN PHARMACAL CO., 

2977 HIGHWAY 60, P.O. BOX 198, 

JACKSON, WI 53037 

USA 

339 WOB WOOD, G.H. & CO. LTD., 5105 TOMKEN RD 

MISSISSAUGA, ON L5T 1X7 

340 WSG WOOD-SLIMP GMBH, OTTOPLATZ 19, 

CHUR, CH-7000 
SWITZERLAND 

341 WTR WHITE ROSE NURSERIES LTD., 4038 #7 HIGHWAY, 

UNIONVILLE, ON L3R 2L5 

342 YAP YELLOWSTONE AGRI PRODUCTS, 12080 HORSESHOE WAY 

RICHMOND, BC V7A 4V5 

343 YON YOUNG, W.F. INC., Ill LYMAN ST., 

SPRINGFIELD, MA 01103 
USA 

344 ZAN ZENECA INC., CONCORD PIKE & NEW MURPHY RD 

WILMINGTON, DE 19897 
USA 

345 ZNA ZENECA AGRO, A BUSINESS OF ZENECA CORP , 

P.O. BOX 9910, 400 JONES RD . , 
STONEY CREEK, ON L8G 3Z1 

346 ZOC ZOECON CORPORATION, 12200 DENTON DRIVE, 

DALLAS, TX 75234 
USA 

34 7 ZOD ZOECON CANADA INC., 3-12 STANLEY COURT 
WHITBY, ON LIN 8P9 



3. Schedule 1 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



62 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



389 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



SCHEDULE : 



PESTICIDE 



4383 
5979 
6181 

6965 

7811 

7825 

8218 
8790 

9548 

9564 

9565 

9566 

9981 

10187 

10696 

10948 

12088 

12091 

12248 
12326 
13477 
13736 
13773 
13961 
14025 

14026 

14588 
14764 

15204 
15205 

15735 
15736 
15849 
16006 
16438 
16495 
16580 
16981 
16982 
16983 
16988 
16990 
17007 
17012 
17044 
17045 
17046 
17107 
17108 



ZNA 
CGL 
USD 

STD 



DWE 




RHQ 




GAX 




PEN 




UAG 




GRC 


PCO 


GRC 


CGC 


GRC 


CGC 


SAF 




OLH 




SAF 




MAH 




UAG 




UAG 




GAX 




SAF 




GRC 


CGC 


RPC 


KEM 


ABE 




BEH 




TIR 


TIS 


TIR 


TIS 


TIR 


TIS 


RHQ 




RPC 


KEM 


RPC 


KEM 


DEG 


ABE 


DEG 


ABE 


SAF 




CCS 


DNS 


DEG 


ABE 


AMR 


CCC 


ZNA 




DOW 




DOW 




DOW 




DWE 




DWE 




MKS 


LWE 


MKS 


LWE 


BAZ 




RHQ 




RHQ 




DWE 




AZO 


VAO 



METHOXONE MCPA ESTER 500 EC 

MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

OSMOSE FENCE POST MIXTURE WOOD 

PRESERVATIVE 

STANCHEM MCPA ESTER 80 WEEDKILLER FOR 

CEREALS 

MCPA ESTER 500 EMULSIFIABLE FARM WEED 

KILLER 

WEEDONE MCPA ESTER EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

GARDEX ERA COCKROACH POWDER 

PESTROY METHYL BROMIDE THE PENETRATING 

FUMIGANT 

CLEAN CROP MCPA ESTER 500 HERBICIDE 

METH-0-GAS SPACE FUMIGANT 

BROM-O-GAS SPACE FUMIGANT 

BROM-0-GAS SPACE FUMIGANT 

SANEX SUN-X INSECT POWDER 

OCHEMCO MCPA ESTER 80 FARM WEED KILLER 

SANEX CHLOROPICRIN FUMIGANT 

MAGNACIDE H 

CLEAN CROP METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

CLEAN CROP METHYL BROMIDE MC2 TOBACCO 

PLANT BED FUMIGANT 

GARDEX METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

SANEX MB-C2 SOIL FUMIGANT 

TERR-0-GAS 67 PREPLANT SOIL FUMIGANT 

DETIA GAS EX-B FOR INSECT PESTS 

WACO CHLOROPICRIN FUMIGANT 

CALCIUM CYANIDE DUST 

TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 (C-72) WOOD 

PRESERVATIVE 

TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 (C-50) WOOD 

PRESERVATIVE 

TIMBER FUME FUMIGANT 

MCPA ESTER 500 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

DETIA PELLETS FOR INSECT PESTS 

DETIA TABLETS FOR CONTROL OF STORED 

PRODUCT INSECT PESTS 

DEGESCH-PHOSTOXIN COATED PELLETS 

DEGESCH - PHOSTOXIN • COATED TABLETS 

SANEX STRYCHNINE GOPHER- KIL LIQUID 

CCA TYPE-C WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN TABLETS PREPAC 

METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGANT 

ROTENONE FISH POISON WETTABLE POWDER 

2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID FLAKE 

DOW 2,4-D ISOOCTYL ESTERS 

2,4-D DEA 600 UNSEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 

2,4-D DMA 720 UNSEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 

2,4-D BUTOXY ETHANOL ESTERS 

MARKS 2,4-D TECHNICAL ACID 

MARKS 2,4-D ISO OCTYL ESTER TECHNICAL 

BASF 2,4-D DMA 

RHONE -POULENC 2,4-D ACID 

RHONE -POULENC 2,4-D AMINE SALT 

2,4-D DMA 720 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 

2,4-D 25 K.G. (TECHNICAL ACID) 



63 



390 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGENTC 


17134 


AGL 


LMB 


17135 


AGL 


LMB 


17137 


AGL 


LMB 


17138 


AGL 


LMB 


17187 


CSB 


UAG 


17188 


CSB 


UAG 


17386 


DOW 




17401 


BAZ 




17516 


INT 




17705 


UNV 


OLH 


17930 


RHQ 




17994 


TSB 


CGC 


18057 


HCL 


HCS 


18059 


ZNA 




18063 


CGH 




18065 


RHQ 




18068 


MFX 


LMB 


18077 


MTO 


EFA 


18091 


MGK 


WIC 


18114 


UNR 




18160 


INQ 




18212 


BLN 


CSY 


18221 


ZAN 


ZNA 


18260 


RHQ 




18276 


CHH 




18277 


CHH 




18281 


CHP 




18282 


ZNA 




18292 


USB 


DLT 


18296 


M6K 


WIC 


18463 


RHQ 




18524 


MGK 


WIC 


18526 


M6K 


WIC 


18527 


MGK 


WIC 


18532 


MGK 


WIC 


18533 


MGK 


WIC 


18534 


SUG 


SUH 


18595 


UNR 




18607 


USB 


DLT 


18777 


ROH 




18804 


CHH 




18863 


ISK 


IBK 


18890 


WIL 




18891 


CAX 




18920 


USB 


use 


18980 


SUG 


SUH 


18984 


MQK 


WIC 


19025 


USB 


DLT 


19027 


USB 


DLT 


19034 


RHQ 




19053 


BAZ 





PESTICIDE 



19096 



CGC 



2,4-D DRY POWDER ACID HERBICIDE 

2,4-D LIQUID ISOOCTYL ESTER HERBICIDE 

2,4-D LIQUID AMINE SEQUESTERED HERBICIDE 

2,4-D LIQUID AMINE UNSEQUESTERED 

HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP GASTOXIN FUMIGATION TABLETS 

CLEAN CROP GASTOXIN FUMIGATION PELLETS 

2,4-D 600 SEQUESTERED WEED KILLER 

BASF 2,4-D AMINE 

WEEDAWAY MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER 600 G.A.I./L 

FORMULATION 

SEVIN 50% MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 

CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

2,4-D LIQUID DMA AMINE CONCENTRATE 

HERBICIDE 

VIRGINIA NN-DIETHYL-M-TOLUAMIDE 

TECHNICAL PERMETHRIN INSECTICIDE 

TECHNICAL PERMETHRIN 

TECHNICAL LINDANE CRYSTALLIZED 

DEET INSECT REPELLENT 

BIOMET TBTO 

MGK DIETHYL TOLUAMIDE 

PLANTVAX TECHNICAL OXYCARBOXIN 

LINDANE TECHNICAL 

TENNESSEE COPPER SULPHATE TECHNICAL 

CAPTAN TECHNICAL FUNGICIDE 

LINDANE TECHNICAL 4 00 MICRONIZED POWDER 

GUTHION TECHNICAL (FOR MANUFACTURE OF 

INSECTICIDES) 

BAYGON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 

TAKKLE HERBICIDE 

TAKKLE D WEEDKILLER 

20 MULE TEAM BORIC ACID TECHNICAL 

PREMIUM PYROCIDE 175 

SEVIN BRAND 99% TECHNICAL CARBARYL 

INSECTICIDE 

MGK 264 INSECTICIDE SYNERGIST 

MGK REPELLENT 32 6 

MGK REPELLENT 874 

D-TRANS ALLETHRIN 90% CONCENTRATE 

TECHNICAL PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE 

NEO-PYNAMIN TECHNICAL GRADE 

TECHNICAL THIRAM (TMTD) 

20 MULE TEAM BORAX TECHNICAL 

GOAL EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 

BAYLETON 50% WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

TECHNICAL CHLOROTHALONIL FUNGICIDE 

LONZA METALDEHYDE TECHNICAL 

AFUGAN 30 E.C. LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

20 MULE TEAM ANHYDROUS BORAX TECHNICAL 

TECH. ALLETHRIN (RACEMIC) 

EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2132 

20 MULE TEAM NEOBOR TECHNICAL 

20 MULE TEAM FIREBRAKE ZB TECHNICAL 

TECHNICAL MCPA ACID 

BASF POAST HERBICIDE MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 

CIBA-GEIGY DIAZINON TECHNICAL ACTIVE 



64 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



391 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



19105 
19137 
19140 
19144 
19145 
19152 
19176 
19184 

19221 
19226 
19227 
19288 

19290 
19295 
19336 
19348 

19351 

19352 

19399 
19525 
19579 

19580 



AGL 
AZO 
RHQ 
AZO 
CHM 
RHQ 
CHM 
ZNA 

DUP 
PBO 
PEO 
UAG 

SDZ 
SDZ 
CHH 
RHQ 

RHQ 

RHQ 

ZAN 
CYC 
PYR 

PYR 



LMB 
VAO 

VAO 

KEM 

KEM 



CHH 
GDR 

GDR 



ZNA 



JOH 



JOH 



19608 


EDS 


JOH 


19612 


TIR 


TIS 


19615 


MGK 


WIC 


19616 


MGK 


WIC 


19621 


MGK 


WIC 


19622 


MGK 


WIC 


19623 


MGK 


WIC 


19624 


MGK 


WIC 


19629 


MGK 


WIC 


19630 


MGK 


WIC 


19631 


MGK 


WIC 


19632 


MGK 


WIC 


19633 


MGK 


WIC 


19634 


MGK 


WIC 


19635 


MGK 


WIC 


19637 


MGK 


WIC 


19639 


MGK 


WIC 


19641 


MGK 


WIC 


19642 


MGK 


WIC 


19643 


MGK 


WIC 


19645 


MGK 


WIC 


19647 


MGK 


WIC 


19649 


MGK 


WIC 


19656 


DOW 




19657 


DWE 




19658 


DWE 




19673 


MGK 


WIC 



INGREDIENT 

MCPA-ACID (TECHNICAL) HERBICIDE 

MCPP 25 K.G. (TECHNICAL MECOPROP) 

TECHNICAL MECOPROP 

MCPA 25 KG (TECHNICAL ACID) 

BROMADIOLONE TECHNICAL (MAKI) 

TECHNICAL MCPA AMINE CONCENTRATE 

CHLOROPHACINONE TECHNICAL 

CYPERMETHRIN MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

BACTIMOS PRIMARY POWDER 

FUMITOXIN ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE PELLETS 

FUMITOXIN ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE TABLETS 

CLEAN CROP MECOPROP + 2,4-D MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE WEEDKILLER 

BANVEL DICAMBA TECHNICAL HERBICIDE 

SANDOZ SULFUR TECHNICAL FUNGICIDE 

MESUROL TECHNICAL 

2,4-D ISO-OCTYL ESTER (TECHNICAL GRADE 

HERBICIDE) 

SEVIN BRAND 97.5% MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

2,4-D AMINE CONCENTRATE (TECHNICAL GRADE 

HERBICIDE) 

VAPAM TECHNICAL (CONTAINS METAM) 

HYDRAMETHYLNON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 

KENYA PYRETHRUM EXTRACT 20% REFINED 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

KENYA PYRETHRUM EXTRACT 50% REFINED 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

ENDURA PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE TECHNICAL GRADE 

TIMBER SPECIALTIES K-33 C-60 WOOD 

PRESERVATIVE 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 5192 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 75 -OF 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7085 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7326 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6788 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6907 

PYROCIDE PRESSURIZED WATER-BASE PLANT & 

PET SPRAY 6079 

D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2286 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6057 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 54 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 55 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 58 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 64 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6028 

PYROCIDE PRESSURIZED BIRD SPRAY 5792 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 57 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6441 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6556 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6307 

MGK INTERMEDIATE 2366 

D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2247 

DURSBAN F INSECTICIDAL CHEMICAL 

DURSBAN R INSECTICIDAL CHEMICAL 

DURSBAN 6R INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 

EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2416 



65 



392 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


19700 


RHQ 




19705 


RHQ 




19706 


UNR 




19719 


BAZ 




19723 


AMV 


ZOD 


19812 


MGK 


WIC 


19813 


MGK 


WIC 


19814 


MGK 


WIC 


19815 


MGK 


WIC 


19833 


MGK 


WIC 


19862 


CGC 




19888 


MGK 


WIC 


19889 


MGK 


WIC 


19890 


MGK 


WIC 


19891 


MGK 


WIC 


19895 


MGK 


WIC 


19912 


MGK 


WIC 


19974 


CGC 





PESTICIDE 



19976 

19977 
19979 
19983 
19984 
20063 

20088 
20090 
20091 
20125 
20206 
20252 
20307 
20320 
20350 
20407 
20537 
20583 
20651 
20699 
20750 
20781 
20790 
20791 
20830 
20831 
20832 
20833 
20841 
20845 
20899 

20921 
20979 
20984 
20993 
21000 
21001 



FSS 

CGC 
NTT 
CGC 
FSS 
DWE 

Lie 
DUP 
CHH 
CHH 
GOW 
DEG 
INT 
DWE 
CEK 
DWE 
CHH 
IPI 
MGK 
DIM 
CAX 
BAZ 
CHG 
BAX 
RHQ 
RHQ 
RHQ 
RHQ 
RHQ 
RHQ 
BAZ 

BAZ 
AZO 
CGC 
CGC 
MGK 
REC 



CHH 



DAG 
ABE 



HEN 



JFF 
WIC 



CHH 



VAC 



WIC 



TECHNICAL BROMOXYNIL HEPTANOATE 
TECHNICAL BROMOXYNIL OCTANOATE 
QUINTOZENE TERRACLOR TECHNICAL 
BASF BASOLON TOE 
DICHLORVOS (DDVP) TECHNICAL 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 1957 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2314 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2321 
PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7129 
PYROCIDE CONCENTRATE 7352 
CIBA-GEIGY TECHNICAL DICHLORVOS 
PYROCIDE BOOSTER CONCENTRATE E 
PYROCIDE BOOSTER CONCENTRATE K 
PYROCIDE AEROSOL MIX 933 
EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2417 
PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7183 
D-TRMIS INTERMEDIATE 1862 
GREEN CROSS HERBICIDE "435" 
2,4-D/MECOPROP 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX FOR USE IN 
MANUFACTURING 

GREEN CROSS 2,4-D AMINE 600 
GREEN CROSS "522" 2,4-D/MECOPROP 
CIBA-GEIGY 2,4-D 55.7% 
GREEN CROSS KILLEX 2X ODOURLESS 
DURSBAN 30 SEC INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 
(TECHNICAL) 

CARBON DIOXIDE -C02 FUMIGANT 
BACTOS PEINE PRIMARY POWDER 
DI-SYSTON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 
METASYSTOX-R 50% CONCENTRATE 
BETASAN TECHNICAL SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN PREPAC ROPE 
IPCO MCPA ESTER 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
DURSBAN HF INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 
DIMETHOATE TECHNICAL 
DURSBAN W INSECTICIDAL CONCENTRATE 
SENCOR METRIBUZIN TECHNICAL 
ATRAZINE TECHNICAL 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 1860 
CUPRISTAT LIQUID CONCENTRATE FUNGICIDE 
FENOXAPROP- ETHYL TECHNICAL HERBICIDE 
BASF TECHNICAL CMPP (MECOPROP) ACID 
BAYTEX TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE (FENTHION) 
TIGUVON TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE (FENTHION) 
MCPA 630 DEA 
MECOPROP 620 DEA 
MECOPROP 680 DMA 
2,4-D 680 DEA 

MECOPROP AMINE CONCENTRATE (TECHNICAL) 
MCPA POTASSIUM SALT SOLUTION 
BASAGRAN LIQUID HERBICIDE MANUFACTURING 
CONCENTRATE 
MCPA ACID (TECHNICAL) 
MCPA AMINE 750 
CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 50% 
CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 9.6 
EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2412 
RECOCHEM PARA-ZENE PARADICHLOROBENZENE 



66 



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393 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



21004 
21031 
21069 
21070 
21191 
21224 
21346 
21384 
21470 
21471 
21472 
21477 
21570 
21574 
21575 
21821 
21828 
21829 
21830 
21831 
21903 
21984 
22013 
22024 
22040 
22071 
22076 
22077 
22078 
22079 
22098 
22140 

22148 
22166 

22198 

22232 
22250 
22251 
22261 
22287 
22330 

22380 
22381 
22390 
22392 
22421 
22434 
22474 
22482 
22514 
22597 
22602 
22704 



MGK 
MNY 
CHH 
ZPZ 
SDZ 
VAR 
ZAN 
M6K 
MQK 
MGK 
MQK 
MGK 
RHQ 
M6K 
M6K 
JAS 
MGK 
MGK 
ISjK 
M6K 
CAX 
MQK 
MQK 
VUN 
MKA 
MQK 
MQK 
MQK 
MQK 
MQK 
BAZ 
SAP 

MQK 
FSS 

UAG 



WIC 
HON 

JFF 



ZNA 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 

WIC 
WIC 
JAN 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 

WIC 
WIC 
GVL 
LTR 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 
WIC 



WIC 



BLL 


MAE 


MGK 


WIC 


MGK 


WIC 


MGK 


WIC 


CHH 




DUQ 




MGK 


WIC 


CGC 




BLL 


MAE 


MGK 


WIC 


MGK 


WIC 


CGC 




JAS 


JAN 


CHH 




MGK 


WIC 


CGC 




ISK 


IBK 


UAG 





(TECHNICAL) 

PYROCIDE CONCENTRATE 7369 

M-GARD S520 COPPER NAPHTHENATE WPS 

DYRENE TECHNICAL FUNGICIDE 

LINURON TECHNICAL 

PRECOR INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 

GUARDSMAN CUSTOM HERBICIDE #2 

BETASAN MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 

FORMULA 7243 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6878 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7004 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6893 

D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 1868 

2,4-D/MECOPROP MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE 

MGK DOG & CAT REPELLENT 

MGK DOG & CAT REPELLENT F -1770 

RODEWOD TECHNICAL POWDER 

MGK INTERMEDIATE 2 007 

MGK INTERMEDIATE 2020 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 5734 

PYROCIDE PRESSURIZED PET SPRAY G 806 

FENOXAPROP-P -ETHYL TECHNICAL HERBICIDE 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6339 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2129 
VULCAN BLOCK PENTA 

FOLPAN (FOLPET) TECHNICAL 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 1869 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 1873 
D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2342 

D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 2567 

D-TRANS AEROSOL MIX 1882 

BASF 2, 4 -DP ACID TECHNICAL 

SANEX MECOPROP + 2,4-D MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 

D-TRANS INTERMEDIATE 1859 

CHLORPYRIFOS 55.75V MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 

CLEAN CROP MECO-D MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE - HERBICIDE 

CONTRAC CONCENTRATE 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6442 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 5377 

MULTICIDE NEO-PYNAMIN TECHNICAL 

MORESTAN TECHNICAL (MITICIDE- INSECTICIDE) 

TRIBENURON METHYL TECHNICAL (FORMERLY 

DPX-L5300 TECHNICAL) 

CLEARMOL INTERMEDIATE 6643 

PROPICONAZOLE 60% PREMIX 

CONTRAC LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6615 

CLEARMOL INTERMEDIATE 7410 

TECHNICAL PROPICONAZOLE 

WOCOSEN TECHNICAL 

DIPTEREX TECHNICAL INSECTICIDE 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6494 

TRIASULFURON TECHNICAL 

90% DIMETHYL-T 

CLEAN CROP MECO + D 400 DEA MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 



67 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


agen; 


22742 


MGK 




22751 


CGC 




22784 


MGK 


WIC 


22790 


MGK 


WIC 


22887 


ZNA 




22965 


PXR 




23021 


MGK 


WIC 


23032 


MGK 


WIC 


23052 


CGC 




23105 


GRN 


UAG 


23152 


MGK 


WIC 


23158 


MGK 


WIC 


23202 


AMV 


UAG 


23233 


UAG 





PESTICIDE 



23310 



VAR 



23334 


AMV 


UAC 


23335 


MGK 


WIC 


23390 


MGK 


WIC 


23485 


noq 


JAK 


23590 


RHQ 





EVERCIDE PERMETHRIN 80% CONCENTRATE 

DIAZINON MG8 

EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2449 

MGK 45% PYRETHRUM CONCENTRATE 

C-I-L WEED AND GRASS KILLER MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 

ETHYLENE OXIDE FUMIGANT-STERILANT GAS 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7070 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 7230 

TECHNICAL SIMA2INE 

KOCIDE COPPER HYDROXIDE TECHNICAL 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6914 

EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2179 

AMVAC NALED TECHNICAL 

CLEAN CROP TRIFLURALIN 600 MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 

GUARDSMAN BORAX 10 MOL MANUFACTURING 

CONCENTRATE 

TECHNICAL GRADE QUINTOZENE 95% 

EVERCIDE INTERMEDIATE 2460 

PYROCIDE INTERMEDIATE 6496 

AMITRAZ INSECTICIDE (TECHNICAL) 

OXADIAZON TECHNICAL 



TOTAL: 



278 



4. Schedule 2 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



395 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



109 SKM FAIRVIEW GOPHER- COP LIQUID RODENTICIDE 

3294 SCR VIN CALO-CLOR TURF FUNGICIDE 
3734 UAG CLEAN CROP LINDANE SEED TREATMENT 

INSECTICIDE 
3749 UAG CLEAN CROP 2,4-D ESTER 400 

3780 CVO CHV ORTHOCIDE 50 WETTABLE FUNGICIDE 
4429 PLG PLANT PRODUCTS LINDANE 25 WP INSECTICIDE 

4559 ZAN CHP CAPTAN 50 -WP WETTABLE POWDER AGRICULTURAL 

FUNGICIDE 
4980 ZNA 2,4-D ESTER 500 LOW VOLATILE WEEDKILLER 

5371 UAG CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 50 W 

5475 ROH KARATHANE WD WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE & 

MITICIDE 
5499 UAG CLEAN CROP 5% CAPTAN FUNGICIDE 

6007 ZAN ZNA CAPTAN 75 SEED PROTECTANT WETTABLE POWDER 

FUNGICIDE 
6122 SAF SANEX LINDANE 10% B.C. EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
6330 DWE ESTERON 99 CONCENTRATE 

6374 ROH KELTHANE EC MITICIDE 

6420 CYC LIQUID CYANAMID 25 WEED KILLER 

6726 BAT BARTLETT FIXED COPPER "53" WETTABLE 

POWDER FUNGICIDE 
6747 MBY EMBUTOX E EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE 

WEEDKILLER 
6857 BAX CO-RAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 25% WETTABLE 

POWDER 
7412 STD STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 4 . 8 EC SELECTIVE 

HERBICIDE 
7416 STD STANCHEM CHLORO IPC 20% GRANULAR 

SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
744 2 UAG ORTHO DIBROM INSECTICIDE 

7446 RHQ SEVIN 85S CARBARYL INSECTICIDE SPRAYABLE 

POWDER 
7480 ZNA FOLPET 50 -WP FUNGICIDE 

7882 CHH METASYSTOX-R SPRAY CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC 

INSECTICIDE 
7884 CHH DI-SYSTON GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

8021 CYC CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 

8024 BAT BARTLETT WAXED MOUSE BAIT 

8082 CHH BAYTBX SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

8084 CHH BAYTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE BARN INSECTICIDE 

8086 CHH ENTEX SPRAY CONCENTRATE PCO INSECTICIDE 

8090 CHH ENTEX OIL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE PCO 

INSECTICIDE 
8151 RHQ SEVIN 80S CARBARYL INSECTICIDE SPRAYABLE 

POWDER 
8165 LAT LATER' S MITE KILLER EC 

8277 CYC CYGON 480-B SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

8349 ZNA CHIPMAN AGROX I.F. DUAL PURPOSE SEED 

TREATMENT 
8372 UAG CLEAN CROP MALATHION 85E 

8409 CYC THIMET 10-G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

8504 CYC CYGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

8637 DUQ HYVAR X WEED & BRUSH KILLER WETTABLE 

POWDER 
8655 RHQ AMIZINE INDUSTRIAL WETTABLE POWDER 

8661 ZNA GRAMOXONE LIQUID HERBICIDE WITH WETTING 

AGENT 



69 



396 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


8826 


GAX 


8885 


CGC 


8903 


ZNA 


9003 


DOW 


9007 


DWE 


9074 


RAL 


9197 


INT 


9291 


CHH 


9319 


ZAN 


9332 


UAG 


9337 


CYC 


9382 


PFF 


9398 


CHH 


9427 


PLG 


9505 


ZNA 


9512 


ZNA 


9560 


DWE 


9561 


UAG 


9569 


UAG 


9570 


CHH 


9582 


ZAN 


9587 


MBY 


9625 


OLH 


9631 


CGC 


9724 


PLG 


9765 


ZNA 


9807 


INT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



9871 



ZNA 



PLG 



9907 


UCB 




9916 


PLG 




9918 


PLG 




9922 


ZAN 


ZNA 


9934 


UAG 




9945 


DIT 




101">4 


CGC 




10146 


DIT 




10177 


CHH 




10197 


UAG 




10231 


CAY 




10257 


UAG 




10308 


MOX 




10322 


MBY 




: 3324 


KEM 




10339 


ZNA 




10359 


FMC 


ARN 


10532 


CYC 




10609 


ZAN 


ZNA 



GARDEX LIQUID GRAIN PROTECTANT 
KIL-MOR AGRICULTURAL LIQUID HERBICIDE 
CHIPMAN 2,4-D ESTER 600 LV WEEDKILLER 
TORDON lOK PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER 
TORDON 101 HERBICIDE 

PURINA CYGON 4-E EC SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
IPCO STERILANT GRANULAR SOIL HERBICIDE 
METASYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC SPRAY CONCENTRATE 
INSECTICIDE 

STAUFFER CAPTAN 7.5 DUST FUNGICIDE 
CLEAN CROP LINDANE 20E 
CYTHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
PFIZER DIMETHOATE 480 EC LIQUID 
INSECTICIDE 

GUTHION SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
PLANT FOG SULFOTEP FOR INSECT CONTROL 
AGROX B-3 DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 
REGLONE A LIQUID HERBICIDE 
ESTERON LV-600 EMULS I FIABLE CONCENTRATE 
CLEAN CROP 2,4-D ESTER 600 HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP PMA-10 FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 
BAYTEX LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
CAPTAN 80 -WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 
NO-WEED 2,4-D ESTER BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 
OCHEMCO LV96 EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 
PATORAN 50WP HERBICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS 7.5% CAPTAN GREENHOUSE 
FUNGICIDE DUST 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN -METHOXYCHLOR 75-3 SEED 
PROTECTANT 

IPCO CYGON 4-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
(AGRICULTURAL) 

PLANT PRODUCTS THIRAM 80 WP TURF 
FUNGICIDE 

AQUA-KLEEN GR WEED KILLER 
PLANT -FUME LINDANE INSECTICIDE SMOKE 
FUMIGATOR 

METASYSTOX-R SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE EC 
CAPTAN 4 FLOWABLE AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
CLEAN CROP COPPER WETTABLE POWDER 
LINDANE lOE INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS CYGON 4 80E EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE 

FENTHION 50E EC INSECTICIDE 
DASANIT 15% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
CLEAN CROP THIRAM 75 WETTABLE POWDER 
FUNGICIDE 

ZEP FORMULA 777 WEED KILLER 
CLEAN CROP 2,4-D ESTER 500 E.C. 
AVADEX BW GRANULAR HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL 
ZOLONE 30 WETTABLE POWDER PHOSALONE 
INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MALATHION EC GRAIN PROTECTANT 
INSECTICIDE 

MERGAMMA N-M DRILL BOX DUAL PURPOSE SEED 
TREATMENT 

FURADAN 10 GR INSECTICIDE 
THIMET 15 -G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
DYFONATE 10 -G GRANULES SOIL INSECTICIDE 



70 



O.Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



397 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


10628 


DUQ 


10637 


DWE 


10640 


PLC 


10662 


INT 


10666 


FMC 


10753 


DUQ 


10776 


CHH 


10780 


UAG 


10826 


CHH 


10827 


CHH 


10840 


CHH 


10841 


CHH 


10842 


CHH 


10856 


GUS 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



10896 



OSH 



UNR 



ZNA 



10904 


CGC 




10905 


CGC 




10910 


CHH 




10928 


CGC 




10975 


CGC 




10979 


CGC 




10993 


DIT 




11018 


DUQ 




11022 


BAT 




11029 


CHH 




11115 


RHQ 




11137 


SUJ 


SUH 


11261 


BUL 




11274 


CGC 




11312 


ZAN 


ZNA 


11336 


ZNA 




11339 


SCT 


DWC 


11351 


DUQ 




11398 


VAR 




11422 


UNR 




11445 


CGC 




11450 


DOW 




11451 


INT 




11522 


UAG 




11529 


BUL 




11530 


KEM 




11531 


KEM 




11547 


SDZ 




11575 


STD 





SINBAR HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
DURSBAN 4E INSECTICIDE 
PLANT -FUME NICOTINE SMOKE FUMI GATOR 
IPCO NM DUAL PURPOSE DRILLBOX SEED 
TREATMENT POWDER 

FURADAN 5 GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
BLADEX 80W HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
FOLITHION LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 80 WETTABLE FUNGICIDE 
FURADAN 5 GRANULES SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
FURADAN 10 GRANULES SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR MOLLUSCICIDE 
BAYLUSCIDE 5% GRANULAR SEA LAMPREY 
LARVICIDE 

BAYLUSCIDE -TFM WP SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE 
GUSTAFSON EVERSHIELD II C-M SEED 
PROTECTANT 

AGROX D-L PLUS SEED TREATMENT POWDER 
INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY PRINCEP 80W 
AATREX 80W HERBICIDE 

SENCOR 50% WP AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY AATREX 90W HERBICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN SOW 

CIBA-GEIGY BASUDIN 500 E.C. AGRICULTURAL 
INSECTICIDE 

LINDANE lOS OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
HYVAR X-L WEED & BRUSH KILLER 
BARTLETT CYGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
BAYGON U-L-V INSECTICIDE 

SEVIN 4 OIL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID 
SUSPENSION 

SUMITHION FENITROTHION 

BUSAN 30 LIQUID SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY GESAGARD 80W HERBICIDE 
(AGRICULTURAL) 

SUTAN + 8E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
PIRIMOR 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
SCOTTS PROTURF BROAD SPECTRUM GRANULAR 
FUNGICIDE 

KROVAR I HERBICIDE (CONTAINS BROMACIL & 
DIURON) 

GUARDSMAN CYTHION 1000 LIQUID GRAIN 
PROTECTANT & INSECTICIDE 
VITAFLO DP SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE & 
INSECTICIDE 

CIBA-GEIGY EKKO SOW AGRICULTURAL 
HERBICIDE 

DURSBAN 6 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 
CO-OP D-L + C DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 
POWDER 

CLEAN CROP LINDANE 25 WP INSECTICIDE FOR 
LIVESTOCK 

BUSAN DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 
KEMSAN DIAZINON 500 EC INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX DIAZINON 500S INSECTICIDE 
CONCENTRATE 

DYCLEER 24 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
STANCHEM SPROUT-NIP EC POTATO SPROUT 



71 



398 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


agen: 


11700 


CHM 


SAF 


11725 


DUQ 




11761 


ZAN 


zna 


11763 


CAX 




11771 


UAG 




11848 


AGV 





PESTICIDE 



11860 



11934 



12072 



12073 



1243' 



12866 



STD 



11889 


PFF 


11890 


PFF 


11933 


ZNA 



CHP 



11935 


CHP 


11936 


ZAN 


12028 


ZNA 


12029 


ZNA 



CHP 



STD 



SAF 



12095 


AVC 


ABE 


12096 


AVC 


ABE 


12097 


AVC 


ABB 


12098 


AVC 


ABE 


12104 


VAR 




12106 


SAF 




12107 


SAF 




12216 


KEM 




12223 


DWE 




12224 


VAR 




12239 


ZAN 


ZNA 


12343 


SAF 




12344 


SAF 




12373 


ZNA 




12400 


ZNA 





SXA 



12461 


UAG 


12539 


SAF 


12599 


ELA 


12767 


CHP 


12828 


CYC 


12864 


SXA 



SXA 



12871 


ROH 


12872 


DIT 


12876 


UAG 


13005 


CGC 



13051 



UNR 



INHIBITOR 

ROZOL 2% DRY CONCENTRATE 

LANNATE L INSECTICIDE 

SUTAZINE +18:6 GRANULES HERBICIDE 

SEA LAMPREY LARVICIDE LAMPRECID 

CLEAN CROP DIURON 80W HERBICIDE 

POTATO SPROUT INHIBITOR LIQUID 

CONCENTRATE 

STANCHEM SPROUT NIP SOLUTION POTATO 

SPROUT INHIBITOR 

PFIZER DIAZINON 500 INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER DIAZINON 50W INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON 50W WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500 EC EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500E INSECTICIDE 

CAPTAN 10 DUST FUNGICIDE 

CAPTAN FliOWABLE SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN 30-METHOXYCHLOR 3 

FUNGICIDE - INSECTICIDE 

STANGARD DUAL PURPOSE SASH TREATMENT 

CONCENTRATE 

SANEX MALATHION 836 CYTHION LIQUID GRAIN 

PROTECTANT 

AVITROL CORN CHOPS 

AVITROL WHOLE CORN 

AVITROL POWDER CONCENTRATE 

AVITROL MIXED GRAINS 

GUARDSMAN HERBICIDE BOOSTER WETTING AGENT 

SANEX AVITROL CORN CHOPS 

SANEX AVITROL WHOLE CORN 

RIDDEX CYTHION ULV INSECTICIDE 
DURSBAN 2 1/2 G INSECTICIDE GRANULES 
GUARDSMAN DIAZINON 500 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

ERADICANE 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

SANEX AVITROL SPARROW MIX BAIT 

SANEX AVITROL PIGEON MIX BAIT 

PIRIMOR 50W WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

CHIPMAN DIAZINON 500S OIL SOLUTION 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX DIAZINON 50 -S OIL SOLUBLE 

INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP DIAZINON 500 

SANEX VAPO 20 EC INSECTICIDE 

SPIKE 80W TEBUTHIURON 80% HERBICIDE 

MERGAMMA FLOWABLE DUAL PURPOSE SEED 

TREATMENT 

CYCOCEL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

SANEX DIMETHOATE 480 EC SYSTEMIC 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX DIAZINON 50 -E INSECTICIDE 

(INDUSTRIAL) 

KELTHANE AP-35 WP MITICIDE 

DIAZINON 50- S OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP POTATO DUAL SEED TREATMENT 

BASF PATORAN 50WP WETTABLE POWDER 

HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX-CAPTAN 30W SYSTEMIC SOIL 



72 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



399 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



13166 
13188 
13245 

13249 
13250 
13315 
13349 
13368 
13466 
13471 
13504 
13505 
13656 
13663 
13694 

13739 
13796 
13797 

13816 
13929 
13945 
13948 
13951 

14096 
14109 
14114 
14115 

14135 
14163 
14171 

14179 



DUQ 
AVC 
VAR 

APB 
BAX 
BUL 
SAP 
DWE 
BAX 
ATD 
GAX 
GAX 
CGC 
PFF 
KEM 

PFF 
CGC 
SDZ 

DUP 
ZNA 
APB 
ZNA 
UAG 

MKC 
SXA 
CGC 

UNR 

MKA 
DUQ 

INT 

ZNA 



ABE 



APD 



EFA 



UAG 
APD 

LTR 
LTR 



14180 


ZNA 




14186 


CHH 




14225 
14226 


TMO 
TMO 


UAG 


14232 


SMP 


SMM 


14240 
14258 


BLL 
ZNA 


MAE 


14274 
14307 
14337 
14338 


MKA 
CHH 
SHM 
ZNA 


LTR 
CGC 


14378 
14417 
14478 


NOQ 
GRN 
DIS 


JAK 



FUNGICIDE 

BLADEX LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AVITROL FC CORN CHOPS 

GUARDSMAN COPPER OXYCHLORIDE 50 W.P. 

FUNGICIDE 

CUTRINE PLUS LIQUID ALGAECIDE 

SPOTTON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

BUSAN 1015 DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

SANEX VAPO-20 ULV CONCENTRATE 

TELONE 11 -B LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

CORAL ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 1% SHAKER CAN 

ATOCHEM NO SCALD DPA EC -2 83 

GARDEX DIAZINON 50S INSECTICIDE 

GARDEX DIAZINON 50E INSECTICIDE 

DRILLBOX DL PLUS CAPTAN SEED TREATMENT 

PFIZER ENDOSULFAN 4 00 EC INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX ABATE 4E EMULS I FIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER HERBICIDE 

DCL DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

ALTOSID LIQUID LARVICIDE (INSECT GROWTH 

REGULATOR) 

DIMILIN 25% WP INSECTICIDE 

SEVIN LIQUID SUSPENSION INSECTICIDE 

CUTRINE -PLUS GRANULAR ALGAECIDE 

CHIPMAN CAPTAN -BENOMYL FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP D-IAZINON L-INDANE C-APTAN 

DRILL BOX SEED TREATMENT 

ATRAZINE 80W WETTABLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

SANEX POISON CORN 

PRIMEXTRA LIQUID AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX DUAL SOLUTION SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

& INSECTICIDE 

DIUREX 80W HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

VELPAR WEED KILLER SOLUBLE POWDER 

CO-OP CAPTAN 50% WP WETTABLE POWDER 

FUNGICIDE 

TERRAKLENE LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL 

HERBICIDE 

TOTA-COL LIQUID SUSPENSION RESIDUAL 

HERBICIDE 

MATACIL 180 -D OIL SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

ORTHENE 75% SOLUBLE POWDER 

ORTHENE FOREST SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

MONOBOR- CHLORATE NON-SELECTIVE GRANULAR 

HERBICIDE 

ZP RODENT BAIT 

CHIPMAN PREMIUM MALATHION GRAIN 

PROTECTANT EMULS I FIABLE CONCENTRATE 

SIMAZINE 80W WETTABLE POWDER 

DYLOX 420 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

SHELL MATAVEN EC WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

SYS-TEM 480 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

FICAM W (10% WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE) 

KOCIDE 101 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

DISPAR DITHOATE 4-E EMULSIFIABLE 



73 



400 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q. Reg. 19/96 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


14505 


KEM 


14517 


SMP 


14523 


UAG 


14524 


UAG 


14581 


DUQ 


14597 


SAP 


14601 


UAG 


14603 


SAP 


14616 


MKC 


14617 


UAG 


14623 


AGL 


14634 


FFA 


14712 


WBE 


14721 


WBE 


14727 


WBE 


14739 


RHQ 


14741 


RHQ 


14752 


MBY 


14753 


WBE 


14767 


RHQ 


14784 


WBE 


14800 


MBY 


14801 


WBE 


14803 


RHQ 


14806 


WBE 


14819 


UAG 


14823 


MKA 


14842 


CGC 


14864 


SAP 


14860 


SAP 


14867 


CHH 


14878 


RHQ 


14879 


DWE 


14893 


INT 


14916 


WBE 


14942 


NUX 


14943 


NUX 


1.944 


NUX 


14945 


NUX 


14980 


CGC 


14998 


RAB 



SCHEDULE : 



AGENT PESTICIDE 



CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX ULV TOBACCO INSECTICIDE 
SMM UREABOR NON- SELECTIVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP ATRAZINE 90W HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP ATRAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 
BLAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 

SANEX CYTHION ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
CLEAN CROP ATRAZINE 500 HERBICIDE 
SANEX AVITROL FARM MIX FC CORN CHOPS 
LTR ATRAZINE 90W WETTABLE POWDER 

CLEAN CROP ENDOSULFAN 50W WETTABLE POWDER 
INSECTICIDE 
LMB ESTAKIL LV 700 2,4-D LOW VOLATILE LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 
FFC PYRENONE DIAZINON DUAL USE RESIDUAL 
INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA ETHION 5 THIRAM 7.5-G GRANULAR 
INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 
WILBUR-ELLIS ETHION 25W INSECTICIDE 
WETTABLE POWDER 

THIODAN-2 ZINEB-5 ENDOSULFAN -ZINEB 
INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE -DUST 
ESTASOL LV600 2,4-D ESTER EMULSIFIABLE 
LIQUID HERBICIDE 

FIXED COPPER 50 -W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE 
POWDER 

RHONE -POULENC LINDANE 25 -W INSECTICIDE 
WETTABLE POWDER 

THIRAM 75 W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
CYGON 480-E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
ETHION 2% SUPERIOR OIL 70 INSECTICIDE 
PROPATURF HERBICIDE LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE -FOR TURF 
WILBUR-ELLIS WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 
ESTAPROP EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 
GOPHER POISON 
CLEAN CROP ETHION 5 -THIRAM 7 . 5G 

INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 
LTR CAPTAN 50W WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 
AATREX NINE-0 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

SANEX VAPO 66 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX Z-PHOS RODENT BAIT 

SENCOR 500F FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

PARDNER EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

LORSBAN 4E INSECTICIDE 

IPCO BENOLIN-R INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE DUST 

(SEED TREATMENT) 

NIAGARA B I VERT - PH LIQUID ADJUVANT EC 

NUODEX PMA-18 PAINT PRESERVATIVE & 

FUNGICIDE 

NUODEX PMO-10 PAINT PRESERVATIVE & 

FUNGICIDE 

SUPER AD -IT PAINT FUNGICIDE & 

PRESERVATIVE 

NUODEX PMA-60 PAINT PRESERVATIVE & 

FUNGICIDE 

PATORAN 400 SC AGRICULTURAL SUSPENSION 

HERBICIDE 
KEM RID-A-BIRD 1100 PERCH SOLUTION 



74 



O.Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



401 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



14999 



CGC 



15027 


RHQ 


15032 


BAZ 


15046 


YAP 


15047 


SAP 


15084 


CYC 


15103 


CHH 


15109 


NCR 


15152 


ZOD 


15210 


UAG 



15333 



15586 

15587 
15611 
15706 

15707 
15738 
15745 
15747 

15755 



MKC 



15353 


DIS 


15360 


BAX 


15368 


BLL 


15478 


DWE 


15533 


UNR 


15537 


UNR 


15559 


TMO 


15567 


SAP 



LTR 



MAE 



AVC 

RHQ 
DUQ 
ROH 

UAG 
SHM 
KEM 
CAX 

INT 



ABE 



CGC 



15821 


CAX 




15836 


SAP 




15843 


ZNA 




15881 


INT 




15885 


DUQ 




15893 


DWE 




15897 


MKA 


LTR 


15902 


NOQ 


JAK 


15921 


MKA 


LTR 


15927 


ZNA 




15933 


UNR 




15959 


DUQ 




15971 


WBE 




15981 


DWE 




16037 


UAG 




16047 


UAG 





CIBA-GEIGY DUAL 960E AGRICULTURAL 

HERBICIDE 

DESORMONE 7 (HERBICIDE POR BRUSH & WEEDS) 

BASF BASAMID GRANULAR SOIL FUMIGANT 

CLEAN CROP ENDOSULFAN 4E 

INSECTICIDE/MITICIDE 

SANEX CANARY SEED MOUSE KILLER 

NOVABAC - 3 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

K.R.S. SPRAY FOAM WITH CO-RAL 

ATRAZINE 80W AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

ALTOS ID BRIQUET MOSQUITO GROWTH REGULATOR 

CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 50W WETTABLE POWDER 

FXJNGICIDE 

THIONEX 50WP ENDOSULFAN COMMERCIAL 

INSECTICIDE 

STOCKPEST LOUSE SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

LYSOFF POUR-ON FOR LICE 

ZP TRACKING POWDER 

HERBEC 20P HERBICIDE 

VITAVAX RS FLOWABLE SYSTEMIC LIQUID SEED 

PROTECTANT 

VITAVAX DUAL POWDER SEED PROTECTANT 

ORTHENE TREE U ORNAMENTAL SPRAY 

SANEX ABATE 2 G GRANULAR MOSQUITO 

LARVICIDE 

ORNITROL CHEMOSTERILANT FOR PIGEON 

CONTROL 

THIRALIN PLUS FUNGICIDE/INSECTICIDE 

DUPONT BLAGAL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

STAMPEDE CM EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP DIPHENOPROP PLUS 

SHELL RIPCORD 400EC INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX DDVP-350 ULV INSECTICIDE 

THIODAN 4 EC INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

CO-OP POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT+ 

INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE DUST 

THIODAN 50 -WP INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ATRAZINE 80 W HERBICIDE 

SWEEP NO-TILL HERBICIDE 

IPCO AG -SURF LIQUID SPRAY ADJUVANT 

BLAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

TELONE II LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 

DIAZOL (DIAZINON) 50W INSECTICIDE 

WETTABLE POWDER 

SIMADEX SIMAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

DIAZOL 50 EC EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

TALON RODENTICIDE MINI PELLETS FOR MICE & 

RATS 

THIRAM 75WP WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

LEXONE DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULE 

RODENT BAIT RODENTICIDE FOR POCKET 

GOPHERS 

ESTERON 600 FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP LAGON 480 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP COPPERCIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

FUNGICIDE 



75 



402 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L' ONTARIO q. Reg. 1 9/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS- 


NO. 


TRANT AGENT 


16049 


UAG 


16064 


ZNA 


16122 


UAG 


16125 


CHH 


16140 


LAT 


16164 


RHQ 


16198 


GAX 


16209 


GRX 


16253 


MKA LTR 


16323 


DWE 


16324 


DWE 


16370 


CGC 


16410 


NCR 



PESTICIDE 



CLEAN CROP SIMAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 
RATAK + RODENTICIDE PELLETS 
CLEAN CROP WAXED MOUSE BAIT 2 
SENCOR 50 WETTABLE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
LATER' S COPPER SPRAY W.P. FUNGICIDE 
BUCTRIL M EMULS I FIABLE SELECTIVE 
WEEDKILLER 

GARDEX MALATHION ULV CONCENTRATE 
LINDANE 25W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
PROMETRYNE SOW (PROMETREX 80WP) 
COMMERCIAL HERBICIDE 

TELONE C-17-R LIQUID SOIL FUNGICIDE AND 
NEMATICIDE 

TELONE C-17 LIQUID SOIL FUNGICIDE & 
NEMATICIDE 

PRINCEP NINE-T HERBICIDE 
NIAGARA DIMETHOATE 480 -E SYSTEMIC 
INSECTICIDE 
16427 MKA LTR URAGAN 80 WP (BROMACIL) COMMERCIAL 

HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP ESTER 600 HERBICIDE 
FORMULA 500 ATRAZINE FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 
VITAVAX RS POWDER SEED TREATMENT 
PFIZER DYCLEER 12 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
SANEX ABATE 4E INSECTICIDE EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE 

GARDEX VAPONA-20 ULV CONCENTRATE 
CLEAN CROP DIPHENOPROP 480 HERBICIDE 
TORDON lOK PELLETS SYSTEMIC BRUSH KILLER 
SANEX DIAZINON 50 E.G. INSECTICIDE 
CLEAN CROP DIPHENOPROP 600 HERBICIDE 
DYVEL HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 
SANEX LOW VOLATILE 2,4-D ESTER 500 
BASF LADDOK LIQUID SUSPENSION HERBICIDE 
SEVIN SL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID 
SUSPENSION 

CLEAN CROP FOR- ESTER E.C. FORESTRY 
HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP DIPHENOPROP BK 700 HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP CALIBER 400 HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP CATTLE DUST BAGS 
PMAS TURF FUNGICIDE 
DIPEL 88 

DIAZOL 50W (DIAZINON) INSECTICIDE 
DIA20L 50EC (DIAZINON) INSECTICIDE 
EPIBLOC RODENTICIDE 
BASF CYCOCEL EXTRA 

TIMBERLIFE WOOD PRESERVING COMPOUND 
SEVIN XLR CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 
THIMET 15 -G SOIL & SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
GRANULAR 

BROMOX 450M HERBICIDE 
AQUASHADE LIQUID AQUATIC HERBICIDE 
SOLUTION 

SENCOR 75DF SPRAYULE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
GLEAN HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 
APEX 65% EC INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 
RIDOMIL 240 EC AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
CLEAN CROP LAGON 435 E.C. LIQUID 



16428 


UAG 




16447 


MBY 




16451 


UNR 




16453 


PFF 




16460 


SAF 




16476 


GAX 




16481 


UAG 




16482 


DOW 




16518 


SAF 




16532 


UAG 




16545 


SDZ 




16579 


SAF 




16641 


BAZ 




16653 


RHQ 




16675 


UAG 




16724 


UAG 




16736 


UAG 




16772 


UAG 




168M 


CLR 


AGT 


16873 


ABT 


ABC 


16885 


UNR 




16886 


UNR 




16948 


GET 




17001 


BAZ 




17003 


TIR 


TIS 


17027 


UCB 




17087 


CYC 




17145 


RHQ 




.7160 


RHQ 




17242 


CHH 




17245 


DUQ 




17247 


SDZ 




17274 


CGC 




17276 


UAG 





76 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



403 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGENl 


17300 


CGC 




17305 


CAX 




17354 


ZNA 




17384 


PFF 




17412 


INT 




17418 


CHH 




17449 


SAF 




17465 


UNR 




17557 


MOM 


MAE 


17599 


PLG 




17669 


UCB 




17675 


MBY 




17697 


UAG 




17778 


DUP 


CHH 


17824 


FPM 




17868 


CGC 




17873 


DUQ 




17879 


CGC 




17895 


DUQ 




17900 


CGC 




17901 


DUQ 




17902 


CGC 




17903 


CGC 




17904 


DUQ 




17906 


DUQ 




17940 


CHH 




17954 


ABT 


ABC 


17980 


SDZ 




17983 


RHQ 




18001 


RHQ 




18022 


RHQ 




18158 


ABT 


ABC 


18197 


DUQ 




18230 


INT 




18334 


PFF 




18353 


NOQ 


JAK 


18354 


NOQ 


JAK 


18450 


CGC 




18550 


CGC 




18603 


INT 




18782 


CNP 




18805 


DRX 


CPM 


18812 


DRX 


CPM 


18837 


SDZ 





PESTICIDE 



INSECTICIDE 

RIDOMIL MZ 72WP AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
DECIS 2.5 EC INSECTICIDE 

RATAK + RODENTICIDE MINI -PELLETS FOR MICE 
AND RATS 

PFIZER STAMPEDE CM HERBICIDE 
WEEDAWAY 2,4-D LV ESTER 700 LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

MATACIL 180 FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE 
SANEX GREEN TEK VAPO E.C. INSECTICIDE 
B-NINE-SP HEIGHT RETARDANT 

MOTOMCO PIVALYN WATER SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE 
B-NINE-SP CHEMICAL HEIGHT RETARDANT FOR 
PLANTS 

SABRE EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 
TORCH DS EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE 
WEEDKILLER 

CLEAN CROP SIMAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 
FUTURA SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 
LECONTVIRUS BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY RIPCORD 400 AGRICULTURAL 
INSECTICIDE 

BELMARK 300 AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY BIRLANE/THIRAM 
INSECTICIDE /FUNGICIDE 
BIRLANE 10 INSECTICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY BLAGAL HERBICIDE 
BLADEX LIQUID AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY BLAZINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY BLAZINE 80W HERBICIDE 
MATAVEN LIQUID WILD OAT HERBICIDE 
BLADEX SOW AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 
FURADAN CR-10 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
DIPEL 132 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 
THURICIDE 4 8LV AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE FOR 
AERIAL OR GROUND APPLICATION 
ZOLONE FLO 

PARDNER EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 
BUCTRIL M EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE 
WEEDKILLER 

VECTOBAC-200G BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE 
VELPAR L HERBICIDE (WATER DISPERSABLE 
SOLUTION) 

WEEDAWAY COBUTOX 400 EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 
PFIZER ENVIROBAC ES BIOLOGICAL 
INSECTICIDE 

VORLEX PLUS LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 
VORLEX PLUS CP LIQUID SOIL FUMIGANT 
AATREX LIQUID 480 AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 
SUPRACIDE 240 E.C. AGRICULTURAL 
INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP ATRAZINE 480F FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 
CPD GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

DREXEL ATRAZINE 500 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 
(AGRICULTURAL) 

DREXEL ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE AGRICULTURAL 
HERBICIDE 
BANVEL HERBICIDE 



77 



404 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q Rgg ] 9/95 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS- 


NO. 


TRANT 


18881 


DIM 


19035 


RHQ 


19066 


INT 


19114 


SNI 


19157 


SDZ 


19159 


DUQ 


19162 


INT 


19170 


ZNA 


19188 


INT 


19217 


RHQ 


19219 


DUP 


19220 


NID 


19239 


SDZ 



SCHEDULE : 



AGENT PESTICIDE 



WOODSTAT LIQUID MICROBICIDE CONCENTRATE 

ROVRAL ST CANOLA SEED TREATMENT 

CO-OP AATREX NINE-0 HERBICIDE 

TRUEGRIT GOPHER-RID (PELLETED BAIT) 

DYCLEER HERBICIDE INDUSTRIAL 

DU PONT BLADEX 90 DF AGRICULTURAL 

HERBICIDE 

CO-OP ATRAZINE 600 FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

CYMBUSH 250 PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 

WEED AWAY 2,4-D LOW VOLATILE ESTER 600 

LIQUID HERBICIDE 

EMBUTOX 625 EMULSIFIABLE SELECTIVE 

WEEDKILLER 

CHH BACTIMOS WETTABLE POWDER BIOLOGICAL 
INSECTICIDE 

NIE BACTIMOS GRANULES LARVICIDE 

TEKNAR GRANULES LARVICIDE FOR MOSQUITO 
CONTROL 
19240 SDZ TEKNAR WDC LARVICIDE FOR MOSQUITO & 

BLACKFLY CONTROL 

TEKNAR HP-D LARVICIDE FOR MOSQUITO & 
BLACKFLY CONTROL 

KEMSAN ROZOL MINERAL OIL CONCENTRATE 
RODENTICIDE 

VENTURE PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE EC 
PFIZER SEE 2,4-D HERBICIDE 
MARKSMAN HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 
GREEN CROSS BASUDIN 500EC INSECTICIDE 
VECTOBAC 60 OL BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE 
DURSBAN TC TERMITICIDE CONCENTRATE 
CLEAN CROP DIAZINON 50W INSECTICIDE 
DURSBAN L.O. INSECTICIDE 
KEMSAN DDVP-20 E.C. INSECTICIDE 

KEMSAN DDVP-2 LV INSECTICIDE ' 

TURCAM INSECTICIDE i 

FARM & RANCH BRAND BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY j 
WITH REPELLENT j 

WEEDONE CB BRUSHKILLER 
TRUMPET INSECTICIDE 80WP 
VISION WATER SOLUBLE HERBICIDE 
FICAM PLUS SYNERGIZED PYRETHRINS WETTABLE 
POWDER INSECTICIDE 

SAFROTIN EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
INSECTICIDE 

IPCO 2,4-D ESTER 600 LOW VOLATILE LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

IPCO 2,4-D ESTER 700 LOW VOLATILE LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

IPCO COBUTOX 4 00 EC LIQUID HERBICIDE 
WOODSTAT 30WB LIQUID MICROBICIDE 
CONCENTRATE 

SENCOR 75% WP HERBICIDE 
AVENGE 2 80-C WILD OAT HERBICIDE 
DURSBAN TURF INSECTICIDE 
DIPEL 176 BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 
MAKI RODENTICIDE 1.0* DRY CONCENTRATE 
ENHANCE (ADJUVANT) 

SEE (R) 2,4-D AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 
DIPEL 4 8AF BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 



19241 


SDZ 




19285 


KEM 




19292 


CHP 




19328.01 


PFF 




19349 


SDZ 




19409 


FSS 




19455 


ABT 


ABC 


19477 


DWE 




19576 


UAG 




19611 


DWE 




19677 


KEM 




19680 


KEM 




19728 


NOQ 


JAK 


19753 


KEM 




19780 


RHQ 




19864 


PLG 




19899 


MOX 




20105 


NOQ 


JAK 


20272 


ZOD 




20309 


INT 




20310 


INT 




20315 


INT 




20347 


DIM 




20544 


CHH 




20558 


CYC 




20575 


DWE 




20599 


ABT 


ABC 


20795 


CHM 


AGT 


20835 


DWE 




20859 


AGL 


UAG 


20861 


ABT 


ABC 



78 



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405 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



20944 DWE LORSBAN SOW WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

20968 CHH SENCOR SOLUPAK 75DF GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

20997 UAG CLEAN CROP ATRAZINE 480 HERBICIDE 

21020 ZNA PREMIERE PLUS FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT 

21022 SAP SANEX 2,4-D LV 600 EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE 
21035 NOQ JAK APOLLO (SC) OVICIDAL MITICIDE 
21047 AGL LMB SEE (R) 2,4-0/2,4 -DP HERBICIDE 
21053 DWE GARLON 4 HERBICIDE 

21062 ABT ABC VECTOBAC 1200L BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE 
21077 DUQ LEXONE DF HERBICIDE TOSS-N-GO DISPERSIBLE 

GRANULES 
21084 ZNA WEATHERBLOK BAIT CONTAINING RATAK+ 

RODENTICIDE 
21200 CGC DUAL CUSTOM AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

21252 DUQ KARMEX DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULE 

21266 AGL THS SEE (R) MCPA HERBICIDE 
21313 WBE WILBUR-ELLIS SURF 92 LIQUID SPRAY 

ADJUVANT 
21367 CHH MORESTAN SOLUPAK 25% WETTABLE POWDER 

21432 VAR GUARDSAMN 2,4-D LV600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

21464 NID NIE FORAY 48B LOW VOLUME AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 
21494 CGC PATORAN 50WP WATER SOLUBLE BAG HERBICIDE 

21526 ABT ABC DIPEL 64AF BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

21533 DUQ TELAR HERBICIDE TOSS-N-GO BAGS 

21534 DUQ VELPAR SP HERBICIDE IN TOSS-N-GO BAGS 

21567 UAG CLEAN CROP SEE DIPHENOPROP CE HERBICIDE 

21568 CRS NTT ACE CAP 97 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE IMPLANTS 
21572 MOX NEW 'IMPROVED RUSTLER SUMMERFALLOW 

HERBICIDE 

21611 WBE 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

21612 WBE MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

21613 WBE 2,4-D ESTER LV 600 EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE 
21626 SDZ TRIDENT BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

21647 AGL LMB SEE 2,4-DB HERBICIDE 

21675 NLC NALCO CUPROSE ALGAE CONTROL CHEMICAL 

21717 INT IPCO DICHLORPROP-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

21809 SDZ ALTOSID PELLETS MOSQUITO GROWTH REGULATOR 

21838 UAG CLEAN CROP MOUSE BAIT 2 PELLETS 

21928 INT WEEDAWAY 2,4-D ESTER 600 LOW VOLATILE 

HERBICIDE 

21929 INT WEEDAWAY 2,4-DB 400 EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 
21980 MOX EXPEDITE BROADLEAF HERBICIDE 

21997 DWE DURSBAN W.S.P. INSECTICIDE IN WATER 

SOLUBLE PACKETS 
22012 CGC DUALIN 500EC AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

22093 DWE RELEASE SILVICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

22121 UNR CLOAK SEED TREATMENT 

22130 SAF SANEX MIRAGE AGRICULTURAL LIQUID SYSTEMIC 

HERBICIDE 
22266 CGC PRIMEXTRA LIGHT AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE 

22282 UAG CHECKMATE EC HERBICIDE (AGRICULTURAL) 

22352 DUQ REFINE EXTRA HERBICIDE (DRY FLOWABLE) 

22403 NID NIE FORAY 76B LOW VOLUME AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE 

22404 INT IPCO COBUTOX 600 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

HERBICIDE 
22412 MOX ROUNDUP NS LIQUID HERBICIDE 



79 



406 



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O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


22423 


ZNA 


22478 


CAX 


22559 


MYC 


22575 


DUQ 


22604 


AMW 


22676 


SDZ 


22677 


SDZ 


22746 


AQS 


22761 


DIT 


22792 


ZNA 


22793 


ZNA 


22855 


DIT 


22964 


DUQ 


23181 


UAG 


23190 


UAG 


23315 


BAZ 


23460 


ZNA 


23693 


CGC 


23706 


SGO 


23713 


CYC 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



CAPTAN 80WP INSTAPAK FUNGICIDE 

DECIS 5.0 EC INSECTICIDE EASTERN CANADA + 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
DWE SPECTRUM VEGETATION MANAGEMENT PRODUCT 

REFINE EXTRA HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 

TOSS-N-GO BAGS 
AMZ AMWAY PERMAX MULTIPURPOSE SPRAY ADJUVANT 

ALTOSID GRANULES 

ALTOSID XR EXTENDED RESIDUAL BRIQUET 
GTB AQUASHADE AQUATIC PLANT GROWTH CONTROL 

DDVP 2 OS ULV OIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

PIRIMOR 50 -DF DRY FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE 

PIRIMOR 50 -DF DRY FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE 

DDVP 20E EMULS I FIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

KROVAR I DF HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP SIMAZINE 480 

CLEAN CROP CAPTAN 80W CLEAN PAK FUNGICIDE 

BLAZER HERBICIDE 

DEMON 4 0WP INSECTICIDE 

BANNER 130 EC TURF FUNGICIDE 

BANNER 130 EC TURF FUNGICIDE 

ARSENAL 24 AS TOTAL VEGETATION HERBICIDE 



TOTAL: 



513 



SCHEDULE : 2 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



851866C ICI CHIPMAN 

A BUSINESS OF ICI CANADA 

INC. 

P.O. BOX 9910 

STONEY CREEK, ONTARIO 

L8G 3Z1 



THE WEED MAN 25-4-5 



930012C GREENSPACE SERVICES LTD, 
1889 GAGE COURT 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5S 1T5 



LAWN FERTILIZER 2-0- 
BUG CONTROL 



1 Sc CHINCH 



TOTAL: 



5. Schedule 3 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



80 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



407 



SCHEDULE : 



TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


34 


STU 


179 


GRA 


685 


NOX 


997 


MBS 


2150 


NOX 


2238 


ZNA 


2687 


DOW 


2791 


PLG 


2851 


OAG 


2915 


CHV 


3186 


CGC 


3645 


KEM 


3794 


PLG 


3937 


HIL 


4067 


ZNA 


4155 


WXL 


4282 


CGC 


4294 


CGC 


4588 


CYC 


4590 


CYC 


4638 


PL6 


4709 


UAG 


4860 


NUG 


4863 


INT 


4864 


ZNA 


4878 


OAG 


4918 


ROH 


5054 


KCD 


5080 


WXL 


5095 


C6D 


5136 


CHP 


5339 


OSD 


5449 


KIN 


5739 


YAP 


5780 


INT 


5821 


INT 


5931 


OAG 


5937 


MBY 


5942 


CGC 


5981 


CGL 


6017 


CHH 


6022 


SXA 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



STANCHEM FORMALDEHYDE SN SEED TREATMENT 
META SLUG KILLER BAIT 
NOX -ALL EARWIG BAIT BRAN 
GDR CORRY'S SLUG & SNAIL DEATH 
NOX -ALL SLUGO SLUG BAIT 
2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
FORMULA 40C LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 
SLUG -EM MOLLUSCICIDE (SLUG BAIT) 
CLEAN CROP ULTRAMARINE 400 SELECTIVE 
WEEDKILLER 
ORTHORIX SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS 2.4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

DED-RAT WARFARIN RODENTICIDE CONCENTRATE 
NO-DAMP FUNGICIDE FOR DAMPING-OFF 
WILSON'S WARFARIN CONC KILLS RATS & MICE 
METHOXONE SODIUM 300 MCPA WEEDKILLER 
WILSON LIQUID DANDELION KILLER 
GREEN CROSS MALATHION 500 EC LIQUID 
INSECTICIDE 

CIBA-GEIGY TCA SOLUBLE PELLETS 
CYTHION WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
CYTHION EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS MALATHION 50E 

CLEAN CROP MALATHION 500E INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L MALATHION 50 CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP WARBLE POWDER 

CHIPMAN MALATHION 25V WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR SOW 

DITHANE M-22 80% W.P. FUNGICIDE 
AGT MARLATE 50 INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

WILSON'S WARFARIN BAIT CONCENTRATE KILLS 

RATS & MICE 
CGA CIBA-GEIGY MITIN FF HIGH CONCENTRATE 

CHIPMAN FERBAM WP WETTABLE POWDER 

FUNGICIDE 

PENTOX WOOD PRESERVER CLEAR 

KING ROSE & FLOWER DUST 

CLEAN CROP SLUG DUST 

CO-OP FLOWER & GARDEN DUST 

INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

IPCO MALATHION 500 INSECTICIDE 

(AGRICULTURAL) 

CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 600 HERBICIDE 

TROPOTOX LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DIPTEREX SUGAR BAIT FLY KILLER 

SANEX MALATHION 50M EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS MULTI-PURPOSE FLOWER & 

VEGETABLE DUST 

CLEAN CROP MCPA AMINE 400 HERBICIDE 

LATER' S GROWN' CARE FUNGICIDE 

LATER' S LIME SULPHUR SN FUNGICIDE 

ACARICIDE 



6192 



PSS 



6274 


UAG 


6298 


LAT 


6335 


LAT 



81 



408 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q Rgg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 3 

REGIS- 
TRATION REGIS - 
NO. TRANT AGENT PESTICIDE 



6453 ZAN ZNA VAPAM LIQUID SOLUTION SOIL FUMIGANT 
6713 LAT LATER' S MALATHION 50 INSECT SPRAY 

6731 CHH DYRENE 50% WETTABLE POWDER FOLIAGE 

FUNGICIDE 
6757 REC RECOCHEM CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LIQUID 
6839 RHQ SEVIN BRAND SOW CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

WETTABLE POWDER 

LATER' S BUG-GETA SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 
LATER' S SLUG & SNAIL KILLER #50 
LATER' S WEEVIL & EARWIG BAIT 
STANCHEM 2,4-D AMINE 80 SN WEEDKILLER 
STANCHEM MCPA AMINE 80 SOLUTION 
WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 

CLEAN CROP FORMALIN FUNGICIDE SOLUTION 
ZNA EPTAM 5-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

AMITROL T LIQUID FOR WEED CONTROL 
QUINTOZENE (TERRACLOR) 75% WP SOIL 
FUNGICIDE 

CYPREX 65 -W FRUIT FUNGICIDE 
COMPITOX LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 
WILSON LIQUID LIME SULPHUR INSECTICIDE 
FUNGICIDE 

WILSON GREEN EARTH LIME SULPHUR 
INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

C-I-L LIQUID LIME SULPHUR CONCENTRATED 
WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY LIME SULPHUR 
LIQUID INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 
WIL WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN LIQUID LIME SULPHUR 
INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 
AMIZOL FOR WEED CONTROL 
REGLONE LIQUID HERBICIDE & DESICCANT 
(CONTAINS DIQUAT) 

DYLOX 5% GRANULAR BAIT CROP INSECTICIDE 
SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE & DEER 
BARTLETT ROPELLENT EMULSI FIABLE 
CONCENTRATE 

CO-OP ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 
STANCHEM MCPA SODIUM 48 SOLUTION 
WEEDKILLER FOR CEREALS 
783 5 TAS ATRA PELL GRANULAR WEED SHRUB GRASS 

KILLER 

DYRENE TURF FUNGICIDE 50% WETTABLE POWDER 
C-I-L VEGETATION KILLER STERIL GRANULAR 
REL-EX STOP -PEST LIQUID HOUSEHOLD INSECT 
DESTROYER 

CLEAN CROP ZINEB 15 DUST 
AVADEX BW LIQUID HERBICIDE 
META SLUG PELLETS 

SEVIN 85W SPRAYABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
TROPOTOX PLUS 4 00 LIQUID SELECTIVE 
WEEDKILLER 

MCPA 300 FARM WEED KILLER SOLUTION 
PENTAC 50% WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY VAPONA LIVESTOCK SPRAY 
ZNA TILLAM 7.2-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 
SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
CCC CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
CLEAN CROP PYRETHRUM EC INSECTICIDE 



6916 
6936 
6954 
6967 
6969 




LAT 
LAT 
lAT 
STD 
STD 


6998 
7062 
7162 
7251 




YAP 
ZAN 
RHQ 
UNR 


7315 
7363 
7386 




CYC 
RHQ 
WIL 


7386. 


01 


WIL 


7386. 
7386. 


02 
03 


CHP 

WIL 


7386. 


04 


WTR 


7559 
7639 




RHQ 
ZNA 


7647 
7715 
7717 




CHH 
PLG 
BAT 


7754 
7812 




INT 
STD 



7876 


CHH 


8020 


CHP 


8035 


RER 


8144 


UAG 


8167 


MOX 


8169 


GRA 


8184 


ZNA 


8211 


RHQ 


8253 


DWE 


8289 


SDZ 


8370 


CGC 


8393 


ZAN 


8406 


DOO 


8419 


UAG 



82 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



409 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


8469 


INT 




8480 


INT 




8556 


ROH 




8567 


CYC 




8588 


CHH 




8595 


MBY 




8624 


GAX 




8768 


CHH 




8770 


CHH 




8772 


NOQ 


JAK 


8775 


PLG 




8781 


CGC 




8808 


CHH 




8819 


CHP 




8950 


CHH 




8963 


ISK 


IBK 


8971 


LAT 




8975 


ZNA 




9001 


SAL 




9033 


UAG 




9034 


LAT 




9042 


DOL 




9057 


ZAN 


ZNA 


9099 


CGC 




9103 


WIL 




9103.01 


CBE 




9103.02 


HOH 


WIL 


9103.03 


WIL 




9103.04 


WTR 


WIL 


9103.05 


HOW 


WIL 


9172 


CGC 




9183 


RAL 




9191 


FSS 




9224 


GRO 




9243 


GRA 




9257 


DWE 




9284 


ZNA 




9294 


DUQ 




9318 


UAG 




9342 


RHQ 




9350 


FSS 




9408 


CHH 




9419 


BAX 




9457 


ZNA 




9465 


CHV 




9498 


CHH 





PESTICIDE 



CO-OP LAWN WEED KILLER 

CO-OP MALATHION LIQUID INSECTICIDE EC 
DITHANE M-45 80V W.P. FUNGICIDE 
CYGON 24 SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
MORESTAN 25V WETTABLE POWDER 
MITICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

COMPITOX PLUS LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 
GARDEX 50V MALATHION EC INSECTICIDE 
BAYGON 2V ROACH BAIT INSECTICIDE 
BAYGON SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
BOTRAN 75W FUNGICIDE 
PLANTFUME D.D.V.P. SMOKE FUMIGATOR 
(HORTICULTURAL) 

CIBA-GEIGY VAPONA FOGGING SOLUTION 
DYRENE LAWN FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
C-I-L SLUG KILLER PELLETS 
DYLOX LIQUID SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 
DACTHAL W-75 HERBICIDE 
LATER' S LIQ SLUG & SNAIL KILLER 
MECOPROP AMINE 200 LIQUID SELECTIVE 
WEEDKILLER 

SEVIN WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
CLEAN CROP ULTRAMINE 500 HERBICIDE 
LATER' S 10 METHOXYCHLOR DUST INSECTICIDE 
FOR VEGETABLES 

DOMINION SEVIN DISPERSIBLE POWDER FOR VET 
USE ONLY 

BETASAN 4.8-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 
SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
GREEN CROSS POTATO DUST 
INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

WILSON LIQUID MULTI-WEEDER FOR LAWNS 
MASTERCRAFT PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 
HOME GARDENER TRIPLE ACTION WEED CONTROL 
WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY LAWN WEED KILLER 
WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN DANDELIONS PLUS 
WEEDKILLER CONCENTRATE 

GARDEN MASTER TRIPLE ACTION WEED KILLER 
FOR LAWNS 

GREEN CROSS SEVIN 50V SPRAY POWDER 
PURINA DAIRY SPRAY SPECIAL 
GREEN CROSS MECOPROP LIQUID HERBICIDE 
ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR 
INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 
GREENLEAF LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 
TREFLAN EC A SELECTIVE LIQUID HERBICIDE 
METHOXONE AMINE 500 MCPA LIQUID 
WEEDKILLER 

TUPERSAN HERBICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 
CLEAN CROP ZINEB 80 WP 
CALMIX PELLETS WEEDKILLER & SOIL 
STERILANT 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX LAWN WEED KILLER 
DYLOX PLUS METASYSTOX-R MULTI-PURPOSE 
SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 
NEGUVON POUR-ON CATTLE INSECTICIDE 
C-I-L WEED & GRASS KILLER GRANULES 
ORTHO SUPER WEED-B-GON 
MORESTAN 2V DUST MITICIDE INSECTICIDE 



83 



410 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGENT 


9516 


UAG 




9524 


LAT 




9528 


DWE 




9537 


INT 




9540 


ISK 


IBK 


9547 


UAG 




9554 


UAG 




9656 


INT 




9669 


ROH 




9699 


RER 





PESTICIDE 



9704 



9802 



LAT 



9712 


DIT 


9726 


CHV 


9731 


VIG 


9738 


ICI 


9774 


REC 


9777 


CGL 


9801 


WIL 



CHP 



WIL 



9803 


GRA 




9811 


FSS 




9824 


ABE 




9827 


CHH 




9832 


ISK 


IBK 


9853 


DWE 




9858 


UAG 




9909 


RHQ 




9920 


KEM 




9921 


ZAN 


ZNA 


9927 


ZAN 


ZNA 


9958 


INT 




9975 


DIT 




9977 


FSS 




9978 


FSS 




9986 


FSS 




9987 


PLG 




9989 


CGC 




9995 


CGC 




10038 


CGC 




10061 


DIT 




10099 


CFI 


LSR 


10132 


VAR 





FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MCPA AMINE 500 HERBICIDE 

LATER' S HYBOR-D GRANULAR SOIL STERILANT 

2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

CO-OP FRUIT & SHRUB DUST OR SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE FUNGICIDE 

DACAMINE 4-D LIQUID 2,4-D HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 500 HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP LIQUID MECOPROP HERBICIDE FOR 

TURF & CEREALS 

CO-OP SLUG BAIT INSECTICIDE PELLETS 

DITHANE M-22 SPECIAL FUNGICIDE 

REL-EX STOP- PEST PRODUCTS LIQUID TRIPLE 

"A" SPRAY 

LATER' S ROSE & FLORAL DUST 

INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

WARFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 

ISOTOX INSECT SPRAY 

VIGORO CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

IMIDAN 50 -WP AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 

WETTABLE POWDER 

RECOCHEM LIQUID CRESOZENE PESTICIDE 

C7VRGILL 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WILSON'S LIQUID CYGON 2-E SYSTEMIC 

INSECTICIDE 

WILSON 50% MALATHION LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE -MITICIDE 

GREENLEAF SUPREME DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 

WACO 65-20 MAL-THANE FOGGING OIL 

CONCENTRATE 

DYLOX 80% SOLUBLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

DACONIL 2787 W-75 TURF CARE 

MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

CLEAN CROSS MCPA SODIUM 300 HERBICIDE 

LIQUID AMIZINE A GENERAL WEED KILLER 

RIDDEX MALATHION 500 EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

STAUFFER EPTAM 2.3-G GRANULES SELECTIVE 

HERBICIDE 

VERNAM 7. 2-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CO-OP GARDEN MAGGOT KILLER GRANULES 

INSECTICIDE 

MALATHION 50E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS WEED -NO -MORE LIQUID WEED 

KILLER 

GREEN CROSS MAGGOT KILLER DIAZINON 5% 

GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS FRUIT TREE & GARDEN SPRAY 

PLANT FOG DDVP A THERMAL FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS CRABGRASS KILLER LIQUID 

VAPONA 5% FOGGING SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS CYGON 240EC LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE 

SULFARIN RODENTICIDE POWDER CONCENTRATE 

X-ALL LIQUID HERBICIDE 

GUARDSMAN MALATHION 500 EC INSECTICIDE 



84 



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411 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



10134 



SAF 



10150 


KEM 




10178 


ZAN 


ZNA 


10179 


ZAN 


ZNA 


10184 


OLH 




10186 


ROH 




10233 


CHH 




10243 


PT.6 




10256 


CHV 




10292 


DIT 




10304 


WIL 




10305 


UAG 




10325 


FSS 




10326 


UNR 




10337 


ND6 




10338 


ZNA 




10387 


INT 




10401 


RHQ 




10455 


VAR 




10474 


CAX 




10481 


CXSC 




10495 


ROH 




10511 


NQX 




10526 


DUQ 




10559 


CGC 




10569 


SAF 




10585 


KEM 




10590 


CHP 




10593 


FSS 




10603 


CHP 




10621 


ZAN 


ZNA 


10627 


INT 




10636 


DWE 




10639 


WIL 





10644 



INT 



10660 


INT 


10690 


UAG 


10708 


ISK 


10711 


KIN 


10742 


LAT 


10757 


lAT 


10805 


CGC 


10806 


ZAN 



IBK 



ZNA 



10817 



OLH 



SANEX VAMAFOG INSECTICIDE FOGGING 

SOLUTION 

RIDDEX DDVP-5 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

RO-NEET 7.2-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

RO-NEET 10-G GRANULES SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

OCHEMCO SUPER 2,4-D AMINE 80 FARM WEED 

KILLER 

DITHANE M-45 POTATO SEED PIECE FUNGICIDE 

BAYGON LIQUID CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

PLANT PRODUCTS QUINTOZENE FUNGICIDE DUST 

ORTHO TRIOX GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

PYRATEX RSC ROACH SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

WILSON SLUG BAIT PELLETS 

CLEAN CROP STREPTOMYCIN 17 WETTABLE 

POWDER 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX SPOT WEEDER 

OMITE-30W AGRICULTURAL MITICIDE 

C-I-L CYGON 2-E LEAFMINER KILLER 

AGROX N-M DRILL BOX & SLURRY SEED 

TREATMENT POWDER 

CO-OP SEVIN 50% W.P. INSECTICIDE 

WEEDAR MCPA (UGG) AMINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

GUARDSMAN DIMETHOATE 4 80 E.C. SYSTEMIC 

INSECTICIDE 

NATA SODIUM T.C.A. GRASS KILLER PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS METHOXYCHLOR 24 EC 

DIKAR WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE -MITICIDE 

NOXALL DAWGONE DOG REPELLENT DUST 

MANZATE 200 FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

GREEN CROSS ROSE DUST INSECTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE 

SANEX WOODCHUCK BOMBS 

RIDDEX DDVP-10 FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L LAWN WEEDKILLER TRICEP 

SLUG DESTROYER PELLETS 

CHIPMAN METHOXYCHLOR SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

SUTAN + 10-G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CO-OP WEEDRITE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

DURSBAN 2E INSECTICIDE 

WILSON'S LIQUID GARDEN SPRAY ALL-PURPOSE 

INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP BUG & BLIGHT CONTROL 

INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE DUST 

IPCO NM DRILLBOX SEED TREATMENT POWDER 

CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC 

DACTHAL G-5 HERBICIDE CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

KING PTV POTATO DUST INSECTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE 

LATER' S GARD-N-AID ROSE SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE 

LATER' S RESIDUAL CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

SPRAY 

BENAZOLIN LIQUID HERBICIDE 

BETASAN 12. 5 -G GRANULES SELECTIVE 

HERBICIDE 

OCHEMCO MCPA AMINE 80 LIQUID FARM WEED 

KILLER 



85 



412 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



10866 
10877 

10886 



SAF 
INT 

KCD 



AGT 



10892 


UAG 




10914 


FSS 




10915 


UAG 




10916 


UAG 




10959 


UNR 




10964 


WIL 




10969 


CGC 




10970 


CGC 




10978 


CGC 




10985 


UAG 




10995 


UAG 




11003 


CGC 




11026 


CGC 




11034 


UAG 




11051 


UAG 




11061 


DUQ 




11062 


DUQ 




11093 


HOK 


UAG 


11096 


LAT 




11099 


ISK 


IBK 


11113 


OLH 




11130 


OLH 




11156 


FAR 


GIS 


11234 


NOQ 


JAK 


11252 


ABT 


ABC 


11254 


PFF 




11268 


KIN 




11273 


CHP 




11284 


ZAN 


ZNA 


11289 


ZAN 


ZNA 


11302 


SDZ 




11313 


CHH 




11315 


DOW 




11341 


MBY 




11342 


CHM 


SAF 


11343 


CHM 


SAF 


11365 


SAF 




11396 


ROH 




11397 


SDZ 




11399 


MGK 


WIC 


11400 


ATD 


EFA 


11418 


BBE 




11423 


ONR 




11425 


PT/Ï 





SANEX 5MX FOG OIL INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP CYGON 2-E LIQUID SYSTEMIC 

INSECTICIDE 

TERRANEB SP TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE 

POWDER 

CLEAN CROP GLOWON LIQUID TREE KILLER 

GREEN CROSS DIAZINON GARDEN & FRUIT TREE 

SPRAY 

CLEAN CROP MECOPROP 300 HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MECOPROP PLUS 2,4-D HERBICIDE 

PRO-GRO SYSTEMIC DUST SEED PROTECTANT 

WILSON LIQUID TREE & SHRUB SPRAY 

CIBA-GEIGY ESTEMINE MCPA LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CIBA-GEIGY ESTEMINE 2,4-D LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS RASUDIN 5G 

CLEAN CROP 1% LINDANE DUST INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP ANIMAL INSECT POWDER 

GREEN CROSS GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

CIBA-GEIGY PRINCEP 4G AGRICULTURAL 

HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MANEB 80W FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP POTATO SEED TREATMENT 

TERSAN 1991 TURF FUNGICIDE WETTABLE 

POWDER 

BENLATE FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

DIPHACIN 110 CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

POWDER 

LATER' S SEVIN 50 WP INSECTICIDE 

BRAVO W-75 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

OCHEMCO 2,4-D AMINE 96 LIQUID FARM WEED 

KILLER 

OCHEMCO MALATHION 50 E.C. 

FARNAM STABLE & HORSE FLY SPRAY 

BETANAL EC POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 

DIPEL WP WORM KILLER BIOLOGICAL 

INSECTICIDE 

PFIZER DALAPON SOLUBLE POWDER HERBICIDE 

KING MUSHROOM DUST FUNGICIDE 

CHIPMAN MECOPROP + 2,4-D WEEDKILLER 

LIQUID 

EPTAM 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

EPTAM 10 -G GRANULES SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

THURICIDE-HPC HIGH POTENCY AQUEOUS 

CONCENTRATE 

BAYGON OSC INSECTICIDE 

LORSBAN 25* WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

ASULOX F LIQUID SELECTIVE WEEDKILLER 

ROZOL MINERAL OIL CONCENTRATE 

ROZOL 0.1* DRY CONCENTRATE 

SANEX VAPO FOG INSECTICIDE 

KERB 50 -W HERBICIDE 

STARBAR GRUBEX CATTLE INSECTICIDE 

PYROCIDE MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING 

CONCENTRATE FOR ULVFOGGING F -70 8 8 

DECCO APL-LUSTR-256 WITH FUNGICIDE 

BEXCOL RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

VITAFLO-280 LIQUID SUSPENSION 

PLANT PRODUCTS QUINTOZENE 75* WP 



86 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



413 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



11428 
11436 

11437 
11441 

11448 
11460 
11466 
11495 
11498 
11514 
11515 
11527 
11540 
11542 
11543 

11548 
11558 
11570 
11574 
11576 

11581 
11592 

11617 
11648 
11669 
11684 
11787 

11798 
11809 

11819 

11852 
11855 
11880 
11911 
11913 

11925 

11945 
11971 
11972 

12035 
12071 
12093 

12094 
12099 
12100 
12120 



DAL 
LAT 

LAT 
VAR 

VAR 
SCR 
SCT 
LAT 
CKN 
MAR 
MAR 
HEK 
KEM 
LAT 
ZNA 

WIL 
FPI 
NOQ 
INT 
STD 

HEK 
HOK 

STD 
NOX 
HOK 
GAX 

CHP 

BAZ 
ZNA 

GAX 

WEA 
GAX 
PLC 
CHP 
NUG 

NAC 

SAF 
INT 
INT 

DIS 
WBB 
VAR 

VAR 
WIL 
HIL 
CGC 



FUNGICIDE 

DAVIS & LAWRENCE FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

LATER' S DIAZINON 5% GRANULAR LAWN & 

GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 

GUARDSMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID 

WEEDKILLER 

GUARDSMAN LAWNSAVE LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

PLG TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 30% W.P. 

DWC SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR FUNGICIDE V 
LATER' S WEED-B-GON LAWN WEEDKILLER 

SMV DELETE TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 
MANCHESTER BUG KILLER DUST 
MANCHESTER 2 IN 1 BUG KILLER DUST 
EMTROL TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL 
RIDDEX 3610 ULV INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S BENOMYL 50 SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 
HOPPER- SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
INSECTICIDE 

WILSON'S BENOMYL SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 
FAIR-TAC C-10 TOBACCO SUCKER SPRAY 
BETANEX EC POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 
2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
STANCHEM SODIUM TCA 95% GRASS & CONIFER 
KILLER 

EMTROL TEN TOBACCO SUCKER 
DIPHACIN 120 UNIVERSAL CONCENTRATE 
RODENTICIDE POWDER 

STANCHEM METHOXYCHLOR 2 . 4 EC INSECTICIDE 
NOXALL FLEA NEK-TYE FOR CATS 
RAMIK GREEN RODENTICIDE 
GARDEX PYRETHRIN EC 1-10 INSECTICIDE 
C-I-L PREMIUM LAWN WEED KILLER 2,4-D 
HERBICIDE & MECOPROP 

BASF MELTATOX POWDERY MILDEW FUNGICIDE 
AGRAL 90 NON- IONIC LIQUID WETTING & 
SPREADING AGENT 

GARDEX VAPONA INSECTICIDE INDUSTRIAL 
FOGGING SOLUTION 

CGC WEEDEX DANDELION BAR 

GARDEX INDUSTRIAL MICRO SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

NO-DAMP FUNGICIDE FOR DAMPING OFF 

C-I-L DIAZINON 5G GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L DIAZINON 12.5 CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

I -SO -SECT LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

SPRAY 

SANEX ROZOL RODENT BAIT 

IPCO OIL CONCENTRATE LIQUID ADJUVANT 

CO-OP EMULSIFIABLE SPRAY OIL LIQUID 

ADJUVANT 

DISVAP-II LIVESTOCK SPRAY SOLUTION 

WBR GOLD LEAF C-10 TOBACCO SUCKER SPRAY 

GUARDSMAN KORNOIL CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

ADJUVANT 

GUARDSMAN KORNOIL AGRICULTURAL ADJUVANT 

WILSON CRABGRASS KILLER 

WILSON'S GRANULAR DIT^INON MAGGOTOX 

CIBA-GEIGY PREMIUM LIVESTOCK SPRAY LIQUID 



RDK 
JAK 



UAG 



UAG 



87 



414 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



12132 



PLG 



12146 


LAT 


12162 


CHP 


12221 


BAZ 


12222 


SCR 


12236 


MBY 


12247 


SAF 


12263 


KEK 


12269 


MER 


12279 


CGC 


12301 


ZNA 


12310 


SAF 


12311 


SAF 


12374 


OSD 


12438 


NUG 


12484 


BAX 


12533 


DUP- 


12538 


UAG 


12560 


LAT 


12590 


CGC 


12611 


INT 


12645 


FAR 


12650 


NUG 


12651 


WIL 


12733 


SAF 


12766 


BAZ 


12831 


CHP 


12S49 


UAG 


12853 


CYC 


12857 


WIL 


12860 


WIL 


12868 


SAF 


12886 


lAT 


12968 


ZNA 


13139 


ZAN 


13162 


PVU 


13212 


CHH 


13258 


PLG 


13298 


DUQ 


13378 


M6K 


13429 


UNR 


13431 


DNR 


13459 


SAF 


13517 


NOG 



13525 



SAF 



13526 


SAF 


13548 


SAF 


13557 


WIL 


13558 


INT 



AFRICAN VIOLET SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE 
MITICIDE 

LATER' S BULB DUST 

AGROX FLOWABLE SEED TREATMENT FUNGICIDE 
BASAGRAN LIQUID HERBICIDE 
PLG TRUBAN FUNGICIDE 25% E.C. 

SEVIMOL CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID 
SUSPENSION 

SANEX WARFARIN 0.5% CONCENTRATE POWDER 
NORKEM 400 T LANDSCAPING CONCENTRATE 
WIL THE GIANT DESTROYER 

EASOUT AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
CHIPTAC TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 
SANEX PRO -3 ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
SANEX PRO -5 ULV CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 
PENTOX PENTA CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
C-I-L DANDELION KILLER 
TIGUVON POUR-ON ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 
UAG CLEAN CROP CASORON G-4 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP DIAZINON 5G 

LATER' S ROSE & FLOWER CARE INSECTICIDE 
FUNGICIDE MITICIDE 
GREEN CROSS MALATHION 500 EC 
CO-OP GARDEN WEED PREVENTER GRANULAR 
HERBICIDE 
FAM FARNAM KILLER KANE TABLETS WEEDKILLER 
C-I-L STERIL VEGETATION KILLER 
WILSON'S WEEDRITE GRASS & WEED KILLER GR 

ST^NEX MOXY GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE 
BASF CITOWETT PLUS 

RAPID APHID KILLER 

CLEAN CROP PFIZOL-10 TOBACCO SUCKER 

CONTROL AGENT 

AVENGE 200 -C WILD OAT HERBICIDE 

WILSON'S REPELL GRANULAR DOG & CAT 

REPELLENT 

WILSON'S POISON IVY & BRUSH KILLER 

SANEX VAPO-5 FOGGING SOLUTION 

LATER' S ONION MAGGOT CONTROL 

C-I-L FLORITECT INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE FOR 

ROSES AND FLOWERS 
ZNA POLE -FUME FUMIGANT 

FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION 37% FUMIGATOR 

BAYGON MOS INSECTICIDE 

SKOOT REPELLENT FOR RABBITS MICE & DEER 

LIGNASAN BLP LIQUID CONCENTRATE FUNGICIDE 
WIC PYROCIDE FOGGING FORMULA 7067 FOR ULV 

MOSQUITO ADULTICIDING 

VITAFLO-250 LIQUID SUSPENSION 

ARREST- 75W SYSTEMIC TURF FUNGICIDE 

SANEX VAPO-10 LV CONCENTRATE 

C-I-L LARVEX CUTWORM & MAGGOT KILLER 

GRANULAR 

SANEX DIAZINON 12.5 EMULSIFIABLE 

CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

SANEX CYGON 2E INSECTICIDE 

SANEX MALATHION 50E 

WILSON'S RABBIT REPELL 

CO-OP METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC LIQUID 



88 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



415 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


13570 


LAT 


13582 


NLC 


13634 


OSD 


13636 


OSD 


13644 


MOX 


13655 


WIL 


13657 


WIL 


13691 


WIL 


13691.01 


WIL 


13691.02 


WTR 


13695 


KEM 


13723 


NUG 


13727 


UAG 


13761 


CGC 


13779 


MGK 


13852 


CGC 


13861 


DWE 


13866 


SAF 


13883 


DIS 


13886 


DUQ 


13910 


ATC 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S CREEPING BUTTERCUP WEED KILLER 

NALCO-TROL EMULSION DRIFT CONTROL 

ADDITIVE 

OSMOSE PENTOX CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LIQUID 

PENTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE BROWN 

ROUNDUP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WILSON'S MANEB FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S GRANULAR WEED PREVENTER 

WILSON LIQUID DIAZINON INSECT SPRAY 

WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY LIQUID DIAZINON 

INSECT SPRAY 

WIL WHITE ROSE LIQUID 12.5% DIAZINON 

KEMSAN ABATE 2-G GRAITOLAR INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L DEECOP INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE FOR 

VEGETT^LES 

CLEAN CROP METHOXYCHLOR 24 INSECTICIDE 

TARGET LIQUID SYSTEMIC HERBICIDE 

WIC PYROCIDE FOGGING CONCENTRATE 5628 
AEROMIN 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 
NORBAK 60B PARTICULATING AGENT 
SANEX TACKY -TOES BIRD REPELLENT PASTE 
DISPAR MALATHION 50 EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE 

SURFACTANT WK SURFACE ACTIVE AGENT 
TWEEN 20 NON- IONIC AGRICULTURAL 
SURFACTANT 

LORSBAN 25% WETTABLE POWDER SLURRY SEED 
TREATMENT INSECTICIDE 

ZNA SUTAN + ENCAPSULATED SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
MERTECT FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE SUSPENSION 
WILSON'S STOP WEEDS WETTABLE POWDER 
WILSON'S BORER KILL LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S LATOX SYSTEMIC INSECT KILLER 
KRENITE BRUSH CONTROL AGENT 
VITAVAX SINGLE SOLUTION SYSTEMIC 
FUNGICIDE 

CO-OP DIAZINON 12.5% EC LIQUID 
INSECTICIDE 

ZNA PREFAR 4.8-E EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 
(SELECTIVE HERBICIDE) 
WOODSOL CREOSOTE 
WOODSOL PAINTABLE PENTA CLEAR 
C-I-L DEECOP INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE DUST 
FOR VEGETABLES 

GDR DREXEL - ANTAK CONTACT SUCKER CONTROL 
AGENT FOR TOBACCO 

CLEAN CROP MCPA 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP MCPA POTASSIUM 400 HERBICIDE 
PURINA MALATHION SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
EMULSION 

COAL TAR CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
SPIKE 5%P PELLET HERBICIDE 
WILSON EMULSIFIABLE LAWN & SOIL INSECT 
KILLER 

FINAL LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CIBA-GEIGY 7VER0MIN MCPA LIQUID HERBICIDE 
SANEX BORATON INSECTICIDE POWDER 



13935 



14107 



14113 



14165 



DOW 



13965 


ZAN 


13975 


MEC 


14008 


WIL 


14009 


WIL 


14027 


LAT 


14064 


DUQ 


14069 


UNR 



INT 



ZAN 



14118 


GHC 


14120 


GHC 


14160 


NUG 



DRX 



14187 


UAG 


14188 


UAG 


14214 


RAL 


14241 


CUP 


14250 


DWE 


14277 


WIL 


14281 


AVM 


14313 


CGC 


14353 


SAF 



89 



416 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


14356 


ROH 


14377 


SGO 


14490 


ZNA 


14501 


PFF 


14519 


NUG 


14536 


NUG 


14555 


PFF 


14556 


NUG 


14561 


SCT 


14562 


UAG 


14564 


CBE 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



14566 

14568 
14583 

14593 



DWC 



PFF 

BIE 
ZOD 

SCT 



DWC 



14610 
14621 


UAG 
SMP 


SMM 


14630 


AMV 


UAG 


14632 


FFA 


FFC 


14656 


UAG 




14660 
14706 


SDZ 
YAP 




14718 
14722 
14723 
14725 
14726 
14729 


RHQ 
AGL 
AGL 
RHQ 
RHQ 
RHQ 


LMB 
LMB 


14730 
14733 


RHQ 
RHQ 




14756 


NCR 




14757 


NCR 




14761 
14763 
14768 
14769 


WBE 
MBY 
RHQ 
RHQ 




14772 
14773 
14808 


MBY 
UAG 
NCR 





DITHANE Z-78 WETTABLE POWDER FUNGICIDE 

GREEN CROSS TOMATO & POTATO DUST 

C-I-L SOIL & BULB DUST INSECTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER MONOLINURON 200 EC HERBICIDE 

C-I-L FRUIT PLUS INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 

FOR FRUIT TREES 

C-I-L LAWN FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER DICHLONE 50W WETTABLE POWDER 

FUNGICIDE 

C-I-L NO HOE GARDEN WEED PREVENTER 

GRANULAR 

SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR WEEDGRASS 

PREVENTER 

CLEAN CROP ZINEB 80W FUNGICIDE 

CANADIAN TIRE MASTERCRAFT DANDELION 

KILLER 

PFIZER SEVIN 50W WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

BIKOE DIA2IN0N GRANULES INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR INSECTICIDE BACK RUBBER 

CONCENTRATE 

SCOTTS PROTURF NEW K-O-G GRANULAR WEED 

CONTROL 

CLEAN CROP FERBAM 76WG FUNGICIDE 

GRANULAR MONOBOR- CHLORATE + DIURON KILLER 

FOR GRASSES & WEEDS 

FRUITONE N CONTROL OF PREHARVEST APPLE 

DROP 

PYRENONE 25-5 M.A.G. INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

CONCENTRATE 

CLEAN CROP MALATHION 25W WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

ENSTAR 65% EC INSECT GROWTH REGULATOR 

CLEAN CROP SEVIN 50% W.P. CARBARYL 

INSECTICIDE 

MCPA SODIUM 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AMKIL 500 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AMKIL 500 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AMSOL 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

AMSOL 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

MALATHION 500E INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

EMULS I FIABLE CONCENTRATE 

MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

MECOTURF PLUS 2,4-D DOUBLE STRENGTH 

LIQUID HERBICIDE 

NIAGARA STIK GROWTH REGULATOR WETTABLE 

POWDER 

NIAGARA METHOXYCHLOR 50 -W INSECTICIDE 

WETTABLE POWDER 

RODENT REPELLENT LIQUID SUSPENSION 

MECOTURF LIQUID HERBICIDE 

MANEB 80 -W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

MALATHION 25 -W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE 

POWDER 

METHOXOL 240 -EC INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

CLEAN CROP ZIRAM 85W 

NIAGARA DICHLONE 50WP FUNGICIDE WETTABLE 

POWDER 



i 



90 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



417 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


14825 


BAZ 


14828 


BAZ 


14829 


LAT 


14841 


DUQ 


14846 


NCR 


14851 


FSS 


14852 


WIL 


14859 


CGC 


14861 


INT 


14869 


SAL 


14882 


ZNA 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



14907 



UNR 



14915 


MBY 




14940 


NCR 




14963 


DUQ 




14964 


ZNA 




14976 


CHP 




14982 


BAZ 




14986 


ZNA 




14995 


WBE 




15001 


DWE 




15092 


SAP 




15114 


LAT 




15123 


ARR 


GCC 


15136 


SDZ 


ZOD 


15151 


SMP 


SMM 


15176 


SDZ 




15213 


RHQ 




15240 


DOW 




15256 


CHM 


SAP 


15257 


CHM 


SAP 


15258 


INT 




15266 


NCR 




15297 


CGC 




15319 


HKA 


LTR 


15325 


LAT 




15344 


CGC 




15359 


SDZ 




15404 


UAG 




15414 


AGE 




15415 


WIL 




15416 


WIL 




15472 


KEM 




15473 


WBE 




15475 


SAP 





15494 



GAX 



BASP POLYRAM 80W PUNGICIDE 

BASF POLYRAM 7 DUST 

LATER' S LAGON 2 E SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

BENLATE T PUNGICIDE 

NIAGARA LIME SULPHUR LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS GARDAL ROSE, FLOWER & 

EVERGREEN DUST 

WILSON'S BULB & SOIL DUST 

GREEN CROSS SEVIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP SEVIN 50% WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

PAR- O- SAN »F" POWDERED FUMIGANT 

AMBUSH 500EC EMULSIPIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

PHYGON-XL WETTABLE POWDER ORCHARD 

FUNGICIDE 

CORN OIL CONCENTRATE 

SECURITY FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

LEXONE L HERBICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

AMBUSH 25WP WETTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

AMBUSH 50EC EMULSIPIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

BASF POLYRAM-DIAZINON FUNGICIDE 

INSECTICIDE DUST 

DCT DUAL PURPOSE SEED TREATMENT 

ZINEB 80W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

SPIKE 5G 

SANEX MOXY SPRAY CONCENTRATE 

LATER' S KLEENUP DANDELION WEEDKILLER 

SOLUTION 

SANAPOAM VAPOROOTER 

ZOECON INSECT & MITE HOUSEPLANT MIST 

BOROCIL IV GRANULAR GRASS & WEEDKILLER 

STARB7VR PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY BAIT 

ROVRAL FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

MCPA DEA 500 LIQUID FARM WEED KILLER 

MAKI 0.1% DRY CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

MAKI LIQUID CONCENTRATE RODENTICIDE 

CO-OP WARBLE KILLER RTU POUR -ON TREATMENT 

NIAGARA BLUESTONE SUPERFINE SOLUBLE 

POWDER FUNGICIDE 

GREEN CROSS NUVANOL 2 0% E.C. 

DANEX (TRICHLORFON) 80 SP COMMERCIAL 

INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

BASUDIN PM INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR LOUSE KILL POUR -ON EMULSIPIABLE 

LIQUID 

CLEAN CROP PREMIUM WEED & PAVE SOLUTION 

GALLEX (CROWN GALL CONTROL) 

WILSON'S ROTENONE SPRAY ORGANIC 

INSECTICIDE (WETTABLE POWDER) 

WILSON LIQUID FRUIT TREE SPRAY 

RIDDEX 3610/D ULV INSECTICIDE 

ZIRAM 85W FUNGICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

SANEX 10-1 PLUS FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 

GARDEX IiroUSTRIAL D -TRANS MICRO SPRAY 

CONCENTRATE 



91 



418 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 3 

REGIS- 
TRATION REGIS - 
NO. TRANT AGENT PESTICIDE 



15608 


ZNA 


15654 


MKC 


15668 


LAT 


15671 


CAX 


15679 


SAP 



15538 UNR VITAVAX POWDER SYSTEMIC SEED PROTECTANT 

15544 UAG CLEAN CROP LINURON 400L HERBICIDE 

15565 SAP SANEX PROX-120 ULV INSECTICIDE 

CONCENTRATE 
15590 WBE WILBUR-ELLIS POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT 

DUST 
15606 WBE WILBUR -ELLIS PHENOXYLENE PLUS LIQUID WEED 

KILLER 

EQUAL 65WP FUNGICIDE AGRICULTURAL 
LTR FOLPAN 50WP (FOLPET) FUNGICIDE 

LATER' S SUPER WEED-B-GON LAWN WEEDKILLER 
AFESIN 2 EC HERBICIDE 
SANEX BROMONE 0.1% DRY CONCENTRATE 
RODENTICIDE 
15680 SAF SANEX BROMONE LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

RODENTICIDE 

ECTIBAN 25 FLY KILLER SURFACE SPRAY 
BRAVO 500 AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 
DACONIL 2787 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 
SANEX MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID WEED KILLER 
SANEX 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID WEED KILLER 
CO-OP SEVIN 80% WP WETTABLE POWDER 
INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP BACKYARD CLEAN-UP LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS THIRAM FLOWABLE TURF 
FUNGICIDE 

LATER' S SEVIN 40% LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S PHALTAN ROSE & GARDEN FUNGICIDE 
BASF PYRAMIN FL LIQUID SUSPENSION 
HERBICIDE 

COMPANION AGRICULTURAL ADJUVANT AGRICOLE 
DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN SPRAY CONCENTRATE 
INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS WEED GUARD WEED PREVENTER 
MULTIVAP III - BARN AND LIVESTOCK SPRAY 
SOLUTION 

DURSBAN TURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S METHOXYCHLOR 25% E.C. ALL-PURPOSE 
INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S CHICKWEED CLOVER U THISTLE KILLER 
FRUIT FIX CONCENTRATE 

SHELL SANBAR LIVESTOCK & RESIDUAL WALL 
SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
HOPKINS SODIUM TCA WEED KILLER 
BAYGON 200 READY TO USE ULTRA LOW VOLUME 
INSECTICIDE 

FICAM D DUST INSECTICIDE 
CO-OP SENTINEL FLY KILLER EC LIQUID 
INSECTICIDE 
16099 SXA SANEX MALATHION 50 E.C. LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE 
16102 UAG CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID 

16106 LAT LATER' S POTATO & TOMATO DUST INSECTICIDE 

FUNGICIDE 
16120 LEW OAK LAKE CATTLE BACKRUBBER LIQUID 

CONCENTRATE 
16155 RHQ ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

16160 LAT LATER' S BUGBAN-C LAWN INSECT SPRAY 



15701 


CGH 




15723 


ISK 


IBK 


15724 


ISK 


IBK 


15729 


SAF 




15730 


SAF 




15737 


INT 




15742 


INT 




15756 


CGC 




15775 


LAT 




15798 


LAT 




15857 


BAZ 




15882 


ROH 




15887 


DWE 




15954 


CGC 




15967.01 


MTV 




15970 


DWE 




16016 


LAT 




16023 


LAT 




16027 


AMV 


UAG 


16036 


SHM 


CGC 


16043 


HOK 


MAE 


16069 


CHH 




16080 


NOQ 


JAK 


16084 


INT 





92 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



419 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


16162 


PEF 


16165 


DIS 


16168 


CHH 


16189 


UNR 


16200 


WIL 


16207 


GRX 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



16208 



16212 



CGC 



GRX 



OAG 



16221 


BAX 




16238 


PFF 




16244 


DNR 




16254 


HOK 




16273 


FSS 




16279 


DUQ 




16280 


UAG 




16281 


UA6 




16302 


CHH 




16309 


PLG 




16363 


CAX 




16387 


CHH 




16420 


GUS 


UNR 


16436 


OAG 




16437 


LIN 




16448 


FSS 




16452 


OAG 




16454 


PFF 




16458 


DWE 




16464 


asB 


use 


16465 


OAG 




16483 


KEM 




16498 


NAC 




16509 


LAT 




16548 


CPI 


LSR 


16565 


CHH 




16568 


NCR 




16613 


ZAN 


ZNA 


16636 


AST 


ABC 


16645 


LAT 




16656 


UCA 


UCB 


16664 


ZNA 




16688 


FMC 


OSH 


16694 


MBC 




16708 


PPH 


PPJ 


16732 


SAP 




16740 


SAP 




16758 


JOL 




16781 


NUG 




16810 


SHM 


CGC 



SHELL VENDEX 50W MITICIDE 

DISPAR AMINO GERM 

MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCICIDE 

THIRAM 320 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S GRANULAR VEGETATION KILLER 

MALATHION 25 -W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE 

POWDER 

METHOXYCHLOR 240 INSECTICIDE EMULSIFIABLE 

LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

CLEAN CROP PFIZOL 8-10 TOBACCO SUCKER 

CONTROL AGENT 

SENDRAN LIQUID TICK & FLEA DIP 

PFIZER 50 DRUM TCA SOLUTION HERBICIDE 

ALANAP-3 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

UNITE FOR LIQUID FERTILIZER-HERBICIDE 

MIXTURES 

FOSSIL FLOWER BUG KILLER FOR ROSES 

LOROX L HERBICIDE LIQUID SUSPENSION 

CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 500 HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP 2,4-D AMINE 600 HERBICIDE 

MESUROL 2% BAIT MOLLUSCICIDE 

VENDEX SOW WETTABLE POWDER MITICIDE 

AFOLAN F LINURON FLOWABLE HERBICIDE 

DYLOX 420 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GUSTAFSON 42- S THIRAM FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP ULTRAMINE 500 

WEEDROLLER FOR LAWN WEEDS HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY DICAP 

CLEAN CROP FERBAM 7 DUST FUNGICIDE 

PFIZER DYCLEER 24 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LORSBAN 15G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

BORAX FOR CONTROL OF FOMES ANNOSUS 

CLEAN CROP LIME SULPHUR SOLUTION 

FUNGICIDE ACARICIDE 

ULTRAFOG ULV INSECTICIDE 

NATIONAL CHEMSEARCH FENOCIL LIQUID WEED 

KILLER 

LATER' S GROWN CARE MITE KILLER SPRAY 

AMITROL-T LIQUID HERBICIDE 

POUNCE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA FORMALDEHYDE 370 DISINFECTANT 

FUMIGATOR 

SURPASS 8-E SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

PROMALIN SOLUTION PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

LATER' S CALCIDE LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 

SEVIN RP 2 CARBARYL INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

SUSPENSION 

CHIPMAN 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID WEEDKILLER 

POUNCE EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

ARBOTECT 20- S (THIABENDAZOLE) 

OLYMPIC WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 

SANEX DIMETHOATE 40 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX FOSBAN 2E INSECTICIDE 

ZAP SUREKILLER INSECT POWDER 

C-I-L SOLGARD ANT & GRUB KILLER 

SHELL TALCORD INSECTICIDE 



93 



420 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN1 


16817 


LAT 




16835 


CLR 


AGT 


16845 


NUX 




16846 


NUX 




16858 


DWE 




16877 


CER 




16895 


SHM 


CGC 


16936 


WBC 


GAX 


16937 


BAZ 




16950 


INT 




16971 


FSS 




16994 


DWE 




16995 


UAG 




16997 


WEP 




17042 


ZNA 




17053 


KEK 




17054 


EMO 




17110 


TIR 


TIS 


17132 


INT 




17185 


GRX 




17223 


MKA 


LTR 


17243 


DWE 




17262 


CGC 




17275 


UAG 




17324 


SDZ 




17347 


LAT 




17372 


INT 




17378 


WIL 




17383 


UAG 




17402 


YAP 




17411 


INT 




17415 


FEM 


FRN 


17416 


FEM 


FRN 


17422 


SXA 





PESTICIDE 



17423 



17426 



INT 



GRX 



17451 


SAF 


17455 


SAF 


17462 


SAF 


17482 


WIL 


17502 


BAZ 


17508 


INT 


17509 


INT 


17511 


INT 


17532 


CHP 


17536 


SAF 


17544 


LAT 



17563 

17630 
17658 



LAT 

DIS 
SAF 



LATER' S CASORON GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

SPOTRETE-F FLOWABLE TURF FUNGICIDE 

NUODEX ZINC 8* FUNGICIDE 

NUODEX COPPER 8% FUNGICIDE 

DOWELANCO TREFLAN E.C. HERBICIDE 

CERTIFEN LIQUID WEED KILLER 

SHELL BOVAID EAR TAG INSECTICIDE 

PURGE CB-40 AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 

BASF ASSIST OIL CONCENTRATE 

CO-OP TOTAL VEGETATION CONTROL GRANULES 

GREEN CROSS KILLEX 500 TURF HERBICIDE 

LIQUID CONCENTRATE 

DOW FORMULA 4 OF FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP FORESTAMINE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

FOR FORESTRY 

ASSAULT LIQUID SOIL STERILANT 

TUBERSEAL POTATO SEED PIECE DUST 

NORKEM 600XP INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE 

EL 66XP (KILLS VEGETATION) 

WOODFUME REMEDIAL WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

IPCO TREFLAN E.C. LIQUID HERBICIDE 

SEVIN 50 -W CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

TRIFLUREX 40 EC HERBICIDE 

HERITAGE SELECTIVE GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS BANISECT CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MCPA DEA 500 HERBICIDE 

KABAT TOBACCO PROTECTOR 

LATER' S SLUG KILLER PELLETS 

CO-OP SOIL & INDOOR INSECTICIDE EC 

WILSON'S SOIL STERILIZER 

CLEAN CROP STAMPEDE 360 HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP SUPER SPREADER- STICKER 

WEEDAWAY 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

DEBANTIC 50WP INSECTICIDE 

DEBANTIC INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

SANEX BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

LIQUID 

CO-OP POTATO & TOMATO DUST 

INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

MALATHION 500 INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

SANEX MALATHION 25WP INSECTICIDE 

SANEX GREEN TEK VAPO FOGGING SOLUTION 

SANEX GREENTEK VAPO T-R (AEROSOL) 

WILSON'S BORDO FUNGICIDE SPRAY WP 

BASF POAST LIQUID EMULSIFIABLE HERBICIDE 

WEED -AWAY MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WEEDAWAY MCPA-K 400 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WEED -AWAY 2,4-D AMINE 600 

FRUIT PLUS FRUIT TREE SPRAY WETTABLE 

POWDER 

SANEX SEVIN LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S GOLDEN GARDEN DUST 

INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

LATER' S FRUIT-GUARD FRUIT TREE & BERRY 

SPRAY 

DISBAR BLUE FLY BAIT 

SANEX DANDELION & BROADLEAF WEED KILLER 



94 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



421 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


17663 


PLG 


17673 


ZNA 


17679 


BAX 


17682 


PLU 


17685 


HVW 


17720 


LAT 


17737 


FSS 


17781 


NID 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



17796 



CBE 



PLANT PRODUCTS SLUG KILLER 
AMBUSH 1% GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

PARA POWDER FOR FLEAS & TICKS 
MALATHION-PLUS POUDRE ANIMAL INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER LIQUID 

SEVIN 

LATER' S LIQUID SLUG & SNAIL KILLER RTU 

GREEN CROSS MECO-D LIQUID WEEDKILLER 
NIE BACTOSPEINE SUSPENSION BIOLOGICAL 

INSECTICIDE 

MASTERCRAFT CREOSOTE WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

LIQUID 

PENTAC AQUAFLOW MITICIDE 

FLEXO LEMON QUAT DISINFECTANT DEODORIZER 

CLEANER 

C-I-L MALATHION ORNAMENTAL INSECT KILLER 

BOVAID EAR TAG 

CIBA-GEIGY SANBAR INSECTICIDE 

WILSON'S LIQUID SEVIN CARBARYL 

INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS VAPONA YARD & PATIO FOGGING 

SOLUTION 

GREEN CROSS GUARD 'N PRIDE LIQUID FRUIT 

TREE SPRAY 

IPCO SPIKE 5%G HERBICIDE 

HOE-GRASS 284 HERBICIDE EMULSIFIABLE 

LIQUID 

CLEAN CROP SURE -SHOT FORESTAMINE 500 

LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP SURE -SHOT FORESTAMINE 250 

LIQUID HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP ULTRAMINE 600 HERBICIDE 

IPCO METHOXYCHLOR 25% EC COMMERCIAL 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX GARDENER'S WEED PREVENTER GRANULES 

SANEX AMINE 500 FORESTRY HERBICIDE 

KILLEX WEED BAR 

SANEX TURF -RITE PREMIUM WEED KILLER 

ROYAL MH 60SG PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

ATROBAN INSECTICIDE EAR TAG 

CO-OP BARN SPRAY & BACKRUBBER CONCENTRATE 

LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
ZNA SUTAZINE+ SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

LONTREL HERBICIDE AGRICULTURAL LIQUID 

VEGEKILL LIQUID WEED KILLER 

CLEAN CROP LINURON 50W HERBICIDE WETTABLE 

POWDER 

KILLEX GREEN CROSS LAWN WEED KILLER 

EMPIRE EL 44 TERTIARY FORMULA 2,4-D 

ENVIROBAC WP BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE 

EMPIRE BUTO-PIP SPACE & CONTACT 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX CRABGRASS PREVENTER 75 -WP 
IBK FRIGATE AGRICULTURAL SURFACTANT 

C-I-L METHOXYCHLOR BLACK FLY & MOSQUITO 

KILLER 

C-I-L DIAZINON FRUIT & GARDEN INSECT 

KILLER 

SENDRAN BREAK -AWAY COLLAR FOR CATS 



17800 


SDZ 


17802 


FLE 


17816 


NUG 


17867 


CGC 


17893 


CGC 


17971 


WIL 


18007 


FSS 


18023 


CGC 


18031 


INT 


18042 


CAX 


18067 


UAG 


18075 


UAG 


18076 


UAG 


18088 


INT 


18106 


SAF 


18113 


SAF 


18118 


CGC 


18121 


SAF 


18143 


UNR 


18145 


CGH 


18149 


INT 


18223 


ZAN 


18225 


DWE 


18259 


GPB 


18267 


UAG 


18273 


FSS 


18319 


EMO 


18333 


PFF 


18336 


EMO 


18384 


SAF 


18471 


ISK 


18480 


NUG 


18484 


NUG 


18508 


BAX 



95 



422 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


18612 


CAX 


18632 


WIL 


18635 


CGC 


18683 


PLU 


18685 


RHQ 


18723 


DIS 


18788 


UNR 


18792 


DIS 


18793 


AUL 


18822 


RHQ 


18865 


INT 


18868 


ZNA 


18879 


USB 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



18895 



18899 



19003 



WIL 



NUG 



18933 


UNR 


18942 


FSS 


18948 


INT 


18950 


CGC 


18951 


INT 


18963 


PLG 


18969 


DIS 



RIVAL EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

WILSON ROSE & FLOWER DUST 

CIBA-GEIGY SANBAR READY-TO-USE LIVESTOCK 

SPRAY 

PLUS MALATHION SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

CERONE LODGING CONTROL FOR CEREALS 

DISVAP LIVESTOCK SPRAY AND FOGGING 

SOLUTION 

ANCHOR FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE SEED TREATMENT 

DISVAP INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

AUSTIN INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

SUPER SPRED NON- IONIC SURFACTANT 

WEED -AWAY PREMIUM THREE WAY LIQUID TURF 

HERBICIDE 

C-I-L AMBUSH TREE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

use 20 MULE TEAM TIM-BOR FOR PROTECTION OF 
LUMBER 

WILSON (LIQUID CONCENTRATE) SLUG & SNAIL 
KILLER 

C-I-L CHLORISECT SOIL & LAWN INSECT 
KILLER E.C. 

VITAVAX 200 FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 
GREEN CROSS EVER-READY VEGETATION KILLER 
CO-OP PREMIUM 3 -WAY TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 
GREEN CROSS LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 
CO-OP PREMIUM 3 -WAY LAWN WEED KILLER 
LIQUID 

TRILLION LIQUID TURF HERBICIDE 
DISVAP 50 WETTABLE POWDER POULTRY & 
LIVESTOCK PREMISE SPRAY 

CSY TENNESSEE BRAND TRI -BASIC COPPER SULFATE 
FUNGICIDE 

CLEAN CROP COPPER SPRAY W.P. FUNGICIDE 
CYMBUSH 12.5% WP PYRETHROID INSECTICIDE 
KEMSAN METHOXYCHLOR 240 EC INSECTICIDE 
CIBA-GEIGY STOCKAID EAR TAG 
ECTIBAN INSECTICIDE TAPE 
CLEAN CROP MALATHION 500 

KS CIO HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 
SANEX TURF -RITE 2+2 DOUBLE STRENGTH 
HERBICIDE 

SANEX TRI-KIL SUPREME WEED KILLER 
SANEX TRI-KIL TURF HERBICIDE 
BUSAN 1020 
ROACH PRUFE POWDER 
ROACH DIE -IT 

GREEN CROSS BAR- FOX D.S. HERBICIDE 
GREEN CROSS EASOUT TURF & ORNAMENTAL 
FUNGICIDE 

ABC VECTOBAC-200G BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE 
BORADUST INSECTICIDE (COMMERCIAL) 
SEVIN XLR PLUS CARBARYL INSECTICIDE 

DWC SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR INSECTICIDE ONE 
WITH DIAZINON 
BASF METAM FLUID 380 G/L 
PRECOR 5E FLEA GROWTH REGULATOR 
KEMSAN BORADUST-M INSECTICIDE DUST 
KEMSAN BORADUST- PLUS INSECTICIDE DUST 

KEM KILLMASTER II RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 



BLN 



19146 


UAG 


19171 


ZNA 


19172 


KEM 


19235 


CGC 


19353 


CGH 


19364 


UAG 


19375 


KEM 


19391 


SAF 


1939r 


SAF 


19400 


SAF 


19421 


BUL 


19423 


CPB 


19424 


RCR 


19426 


CGC 


19465 


FSS 


19466 


ABT 


19480 


KEM 


19531 


RHQ 


IS >34 


SCT 


19556 


BAZ 


19606 


SDZ 


19667 


KEM 


19668 


KEM 


19715 


PSF 



96 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



423 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


19731 


INT 


19810 


UAG 


19831 


AAG 


19849 


WIL 


19914 


SGO 


19919 


SAP 


19928 


WIL 


19928.01 


WIL 


19928.02 


WTR 


19956 


UNR 


20005 


SAP 


20006 


SAP 


20007 


SXA 


20072 


SAP 


20087 


BAZ 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



20089 



20402 



WIL 



PSS 



20110 


RHQ 




20118 


20D 




20123 


ZAN 


ZNA 


20124 


ICI 


2NA 


20193 


DUQ 




20216 


CYC 




20233 


DUP 


UAG 


20305 


INT 




20306 


INT 




20308 


INT 




20311 


INT 




20326 


INT 




20342 


CHP 




20373 


BIL 


DIS 


20379 


CGC 




20395 


INT 


CCN 



PLU 



20403 


PLU 




20404 


INN 


CCN 


20412.01 


BRX 


ARK 


20417 


SGO 




20461 


NUG 




20468 


KEM 




20472 


WIL 




20475 


MEM 




20476 


MEM 




20491 


MEM 




20492 


MEM 


WIL 



CO-OP LIQUID SEVIN INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP PAR III 

BUGCON RESIDUAL SPRAY 

WILSON SEED TREAT FUNGICIDE DUST 

LIQUID ROTENONE ORGANIC INSECTICIDE 

SANEX ROACH POWDER INSECTICIDE DUST 

WILSON LIQUID ANT & GRUB KILLER 

WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY LIQUID ANT & GRUB 

KILLER 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN LIQUID ANT AND GRUB 

KILLER 

SLO-GRO 60SG PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 

SANEX MAGGOT KILLER 

SANEX DIAZINON 5G GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

SANEX EARWIG ANT & GRUB KILLER 

SANEX SLUG & SNAIL KILLER PELLETS 

POLYRAM DP PUNGICIDE WATER DISPERSIBLE 

GRANULAR 

GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE MCPA LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

ROVRAL GREEN FLOWABLE FUNGICIDE 

STARBAR EQUINE PREMIUM GOLDEN MALRIN FLY 

BAIT 

DEVRINOL 50 -WP WETTABLE POWDER SELECTIVE 

HERBICIDE 

DEVRINOL 10 -G SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

GRANULAR 

LOROX DP HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 

GUARDIAN INSECTICIDE CATTLE EAR TAG 

WEBPOOT CASORON G-2 GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

IPCO MCPA K 400 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

IPCO MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

IPCO PREMIUM 2 -WAY TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 

TRICEP TURF HERBICIDE LIQUID 

BIOGUARD PPD-5 GERMICIDE 

KILLEX WEED STICK HERBICIDE 

CO-OP HORNET & WASP KILLER INSECTICIDE 

SPRAY 

DIMETHOATE PLUS EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE 

MIST- PLUS INSECTICIDE 

INSECTO-MIST INSECTICIDE COMMERCIAL 

BIRD- PROOF TRANSPARENT BIRD REPELLENT 

LIQUID 

GREEN CROSS ESTEMINE 2,4-D LIQUID 

HERBICIDE 

C-I-L TREE & SHRUB INSECT KILLER DUTOX 2 

KEMSAN DARKLING BEETLE DUST INSECTICIDE 

WILSON PATIO GRASS & WEED KILLER 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD 50% MALATHION LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE -MITICIDE 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

DIAZINON 12.5% 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID DANDELION 

KILLER 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID WEED KILLER 



97 



424 



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O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. • 


TRANT 


AGENT 


20534 


WBC 


DIS 


20550 


FIS 


GCP 


20552 


ROH 




20553 


ROH 




20600 


BAZ 




20688 


TAX 




20692 


GRO 




20698 


INT 




20707 


MMN 


CCN 


20718 


DIM 




20738 


AAG 




20739 


AAG 




20741 


AAG 




20742 


AAG 




20746 


AAG 




20747 


AAG 




20748 


AAG 




20765 


SGO 




20766 


SGO 




20785 


MBS 


GDR 


20785.02 


NUG 


GDR 


20789 


FSS 




20803 


FSS 




20828 


WHM 


GAX 


20836 


DWE 




20851 


FSS 




20852 


FSS 




20853 


FSS 




20862 


MOX 




20863 


MOX 




20864 


MOX 




20878 


ZOD 




20947 


JOC 


SBL 


20959 


NUG 




20965 


NUG 




20981 


CGC 




20987 


NUG 




21028 


MEM 




21056 


DIV 


CCN 


21057 


DUQ 




21058 


BAZ 




21059 


DUQ 




21083 


AAG 




21090 


RHQ 




21184 


ZNA 




21188 


FSS 




21189 


FSS 




21190 


CGC 




21262 


MOX 




21278 


GRC 


PLG 


21279 


GRC 


PLG 



PESTICIDE 



PURGE FOAM INSECT REPELLENT FOR HORSES 

GREEN CROSS SLUG TAPE 

DITHANE F-45 FUNGICIDE AGRICULTURAL 

DITHANE DG AGRICULTURAL FUNGICIDE 

BASF SUMITHION 50EC 

AFOLAN F HERBICIDE 

ORCHARD LIME SULPHUR 

INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 

2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 

1493 3M HOME & KENNEL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

ECOBRITE LIQUID (SAPSTAIN & MOLD 

PREVENTATIVE FOR LUMBER) 

BUGCON EARWIG ELIMINATOR 

BUGCON ANT & SPIDER KILLER 

BUGCON ROACH DESTROYER 

BUGCON TOTAL EXTERMINATOR 

BUGCON EARWIG ELIMINATOR SPRAY 

BUGCON ANT & SPIDER KILLER SPRAY 

BUGCON ROACH DESTROYER SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS ANT & GRUB KILLER LIQUID 

GREEN CROSS CHINCH BUG & LAWN INSECT 

KILLER LIQUID 

CORRY'S LIQUID SLUG & SNAIL CONTROL 

C-I-L LIQUID SLUG CONTROL 

GREEN CROSS DIAZINON 5G GARDEN & LAWN 

INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS SPIDER KILLER LIQUID 

WHITMIRE PT250 BAYGON INSECTICIDE 

TREFLAN GRANULAR HERBICIDE 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID MOSQUITO KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID EARWIG ELIMINATOR 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID LEATHERJACKET KILLER 

WRANGLER LIQUID HERBICIDE 

LAREDO LIQUID HERBICIDE 

RENEGADE LIQUID HERBICIDE 

STARBAR GOLDEN MARLIN LIQUID 

POSITIVE CHARGE ROACH EXTERMINATOR 

C-I-L LAWN WEED DOCTOR 

C-I-L SPIDERBAN EC 

KILLEX SUMMER FORMULA 

C-I-L LAWN INSECT DOCTOR 

MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

FRUIT TREE & GARDEN SPRAY 

NUMBER'S UP SPRAY INDOOR INSECT KILLER 

MANZATE 200DF DRY FLOWABLE (POWDER) 

FUNGICIDE 

BASF MERGE ADJUVANT 

REFINE HERBICIDE DRY FLOWABLE 

BUGCON TOTAL EXTERMINATOR SPRAY 

LO-DRIFT EMULSIFIABLE LOW-DRIFT CONTROL 

ADDITIVE 

C-I-L BETASAN CRABGRASS PREVENTER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID GYPSY MOTH KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID CATERPILLAR KILLER 

GREEN CROSS LIQUID TENT CATERPILLAR 

KILLER 

EZJECT HERBICIDE CAPSULES 

AGRIBROM GRANULES 

AGRIBROM TABLETS 



98 



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425 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



21324 
21325 
2133S 

21349 



21496 



21507 



21852 



WSG 
MMN 
ZNA 

WIL 



SSP 



21353 


DUQ 


21389 


UAG 


21390 


DUQ 


21394 


INH 


21429 


VAR 


21430 


VAR 


21431 


VAR 



GRC 



UAG 



PLG 



21553 


WIL 




21561 


AGZ 


THS 


21593 


MOX 




21609 


WBE 




21666 


UAG 




21667 


UAG 




21670 


JAN 


CCN 


21672 


JAN 




21692 


JAN 


CCN 


21699 


STV 


PLG 


21720 


NOQ 


JAK 


21798 


HOE 




21835 


FSS 




21836 


SGO 




21847 


PLG 




21850 


WIL 





WIL 



21853 


WIL 




21859 


TIR 


TIS 


21860 


TIR 


TIS 


21930 


INT 




21933 


INT 




21934 


INT 




21949 


SXA 




21967 


UAG 




21996 


WBC 


GAX 


22000 


SXA 




22002 


DUQ 




22003 


UAG 




22006 


BAZ 




22029 


BAZ 




22033 


BAX 




22034 


BAX 




22035 


BAX 





IMPEL (BORON) RODS WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
SECTROL CONCENTRATE MICROENCAPSULATED 
C-I-L WEEDOL WEED & GRASS KILLER 
(READY-TO-USE) 

WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC ROTENONE 
INSECT SPRAY WP 

LOROX DF HERBICIDE DISPERSIBLE GRANULE 
CLEAN CROP PRONONE 5G GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
DUPONT PRONONE lOG GRANULAR HERBICIDE 
INSECTA INTERIOR USE CLEAR FORMULA 
GUARDSMAN MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
GUARDSMAN MCPA 300 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
GUARDSMAN 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

AGRIBROM (FOR CONTROL OF MICROBIAL 
SLIMES) 

CLEAN CROP LINURON 4 80 HERBICIDE LIQUID 
SUSPENSION 

WILSON ROACH DESTROYER DUST 
LENTAGRAN 45 WP HERBICIDE 
EXPEDITE GRASS & WEED HERBICIDE 
MCPA 300 FARM WEED KILLER SOLUTION 
CLEAN CROP ESTEMINE MCPA LIQUID HERBICIDE 
CLEAN CROP ESTEMINE 2,4-D LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

SIPHEX 14 DS MOUSSE (FLEA & TICK FOAM) 
SIPHEX 14 DS PET SPRAY 
SIPHEX 14 DS PET & PREMISE PUMP 
PHYTON 27 FUNGICIDE BACTERICIDE 
SPIN-AID POSTEMERGENCE HERBICIDE 
HOME GARDENER THREE WAY WEED CONTROL 
GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR 
DACTHAL G-5 HERBICIDE CRABGRASS PREVENTER 
WILSON HOSE -SPRAY MALATHION 
INSECTICIDE -MITICIDE 

WILSON HOSE -SPRAY DIAZINON INSECTICIDAL 
SPRAY 

WILSON HOSE -SPRAY ANT AND GRUB KILLER 
CU-89 WOOD PRESERVATIVE SOLUTION 
CU-89-RTU WOOD PRESERVATIVE SOLUTION 
WEEDAWAY 2,4-D AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
WEEDAWAY MCPA SODIUM SALT 300 LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

WEEDAWAY MCPA AMINE 500 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
SANEX BROADEX MCPA WEED KILLER SOLUTION 
CLEAN CROP TRIFLURALIN 400 LIQUID 
HERBICIDE 

R VALUE'S ROACH KIL 

SANEX VET-TEK MUSTANG INSECT REPELLENT 
PINNACLE HERBICIDE 

CLEAN CROP TOPSIDE (FORMERLY MCPB PLUS) 
BASAGRAN FORTE LIQUID HERBICIDE 
POLYRAM 16D FUNGICIDE DUST 

PRO- SPOT 20 SOLUTION FOR FLEA CONTROL ON 
DOGS 

PRO- SPOT 4 SOLUTION FOR FLEA CONTROL ON 
DOGS 
PRO- SPOT 80 SOLUTION FOR FLEA CONTROL ON 



99 



426 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



22036 



BAX 



22090 


CHH 




22103 


NOQ 


CPM 


22154 


CAT 




22184 


LAT 


CCN 


22187 


LAT 


CCN 


22196 


BAZ 




22203 


DWE 




22216 


SAP 




22303 


FAR 


FAM 


22323 


WTR 


WIL 


22349 


FSS 




22379 


WBC 


GAX 


22397 


SAG 


UAG 


22416 


WBC 


GAX 


22527 


AGE 


CPM 


22534 


PPK 


LTR 


22540 


PLG 




22544 


ARO 


LTR 


22551 


DAL 





22627 

22681 
22682 

22757 



MOX 

CGH 
CGH 

WBC 



GAX 



22758 


NUG 




22770 


WBC 


GAX 


22776 


DIT 




22777 


DIT 




22825 


HIU 


OWB 


22826 


DIT 




22885 


ZNA 




22926 


FSS 




22935 


WTR 


WIL 


22949 


FSS 




22951 


PRY 


PRJ 


22955 


TMP 


SXA 


22968 


CGH 




22976 


APA 




23000 


WTR 


WIL 


23006 


ZNA 




23026 


LOI 


UAG 


23029 


DIS 





DOGS 

PRO- SPOT 10 SOLUTION FOR FLEA CONTROL ON 

DOGS 

DYRENE SOLUPAK 50* WETTABLE POWDER 

FICAM WASP & HORNET SPRAY 

CANTOL N.O. NO ODOUR RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S ANT, COCKROACH & SPIDER KILLER 

LATER' S CRAWLING INSECT KILLER SPRAY 

CMPP 2,4-D LIQUID HERBICIDE 

FENCEROW HERBICIDE 

SANEX MECOPROP AMINE 200 LIQUID WEED 

KILLER 

APACHE FLY BAIT 

DANDELIONS PLUS 

GREEN CROSS VEGETATION KILLER 

BORID WITH BORIC ACID 

38 -F DRIFT RETARDANT ADDITIVE 

PURGE SYSTEM 22 -R SYNERGIZED CRACK & 

CREVICE INSECTICIDE 

DECOY GBM GRAPE BERRY MOTH PHEROMONE 

DISPENSERS 

PROLINE FLYING INSECT KILLER METERED 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

PLANT PRODUCTS MELTATOX POWDERY MILDEW 

FUNGICIDE 

ARMSTRONG FLYING INSECT KILLER 

SIECON READY TO USE FLY SPRAY FOR USE ON 

HORSES 

ROUNDUP L&G CONCENTRATE NON -SELECTIVE 

HERBICIDE 

COOPERS DELICE INSECTICIDE POUR-ON 

COOPERS LIQUIDUSTER PERMETHRIN 

INSECTICIDE 

SYSTEM 22 PURGE BAYGON CRACK & CREVICE 

PROFESSIONAL INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L LAWN WEED DOCTOR (TRICEP) 

PURGE CB-80 INSECTICIDE 

DDVP lOFS FOGGING SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

DDVP 5FS FOGGING SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

CEDAR MICE REPELLENT 

DITCHLING MALATHION 50E EC INSECTICIDE 

DEVRINOL 50DF SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 

CREEPY CRAWLY CRACK & CREVICE INSECTICIDE 

FOAM 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN 1 STEP TOMATO AND 

VEGETABLE DUST 

GREEN CROSS PERMETHRIN FOR FOOD AND 

ORNAMENTAL CROPS 

PERYCUT'S COCKROACH CARPET 

TEAM BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

DEFEND EXSPOT INSECTICIDE FOR DOGS 

APACIDE BARN AND LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN 1 STEP ROSE AND 

FLOWER DUST 

IMIDAN 50WP INSTAPAK AGRICULTURAL 

INSECTICIDE 

LI 700 PENETRATING SURFACTANT 

DISVAP V BARN INSECTICIDE 



100 



O. Reg. 19/96 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 427 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


23031 


WBC 


23049 


WIL 


23063 


FSS 


23070 


WIL 


23076 


WIL 


23088 


S PR 


23120 


SDZ 


23122 


APA 



SCHEDULE : 



AGENT PESTICIDE 



GAX PURGE CB-38 INSECT KILLER 

WILSON LIQUID VEGETATION KILLER 
(READY -TO -USE) 

GREEN CROSS TOMATO & POTATO DUST 
INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 

WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY DORMANT OIL SPRAY 
WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY ROSE AND FLOWER 
DUST 

LTR SPRAY- PAK CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 
PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
VET-KEM OVI COLLAR FOR CATS 
APA LOUSE KILL POUR-ON EMULSIFIABLE 
CONCENTRATE 
23144 DAL SIECON ROLL-ON INSECT REPELLENT FOR 

HORSES 

CAN-VET BACK RUBBING SOLUTION 
CAN-VET SHOW RING FLY SHIELD FOR HORSES 
MASTERCRAFT RTU PATIO WEED KILLER 
WHITE ROSE LIQUID ROSE & FLOWER 
INSECTICIDE/FUNGICIDE 

IMPEL (BORON) RODS II WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
SANEX VET TEK BACKRUBBER CONCENTRATE 
TSCA TOBACCO SUCKER CONTROL AGENT 
DITHANE WSP 80% WP FUNGICIDE (IN SOLUBLE 
PACKETS) 



23249 


CVT 




23327 


CVT 




23368 


CBE 


WIL 


23379 


WTR 


NUG 


23398 


WSG 


SSP 


23421 


SXA 




23432 


UAG 




23655 


ROH 





TOTAL: 922 



101 



428 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 3 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



790208C VIGORO INC. 

22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 



GOLDEN VIGORO AND CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



800278C O.M. SCOTT & SONS 

14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43040 



SCOTTS PROTURF FF II 14:3:3 
WITH 15% QUINTOZENE 



810904C 



NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 



NUTRITE 2:1:5 TURF FERTILIZER 
WITH FUNGICIDE 



841422C 



O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 



SCOTTS 32-4-3 FERTILIZER PLUS 
DICOT WEED CONTROL III 



841703C PLANT PRODUCTS CO. 
314 ORENDA ROAD 
BRAMALEA, ONTARIO 
L6T IGl 



LTD, 



PLANT- PROD 0-0-6 WITH 15% 
QUINTOZINE 



850083C CAPO INDUSTRIES LTD. 
1200 CORPORATE DR. 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7L 5R6 



GREENPOWER INSECTICIDE AND 
FERTILIZER 



851789C NUTRITE INC. 
BOX 160 

ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

860098C WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD STREET 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 



NUTRITE NUTRI-Q 0-0-6 WITH 15% 
QUINTOZENE 



WILSON LIQUID FEED & BUG AWAY 
15-2-3 LAWN FOOD 



870055C SPRAY & GREEN FERT. 
P.O. BOX 360 
1100 LECLAIRE ST. 
ST. CESAIRE, QUEBEC 
JOL ITO 

871002C MELNOR MFG. LTD. 
80 MORTON AVE. E. 
BRANTFORD, ONTARIO 
N3T 5T3 



INC. 



SPRAY & GREEN FERTILIZER & 
INSECTICIDE 



MELNOR SPRAY GUARD LIQUID LAWN 
WEED & FEED 



102 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



429 



SCHEDULE : 3 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



871019C PLANT PRODUCTS CO. LTD. 
314 ORENDA RD . 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T IGl 

880006C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 



PLANT PROD 32-4-9 TURFGARD 



TURF BUILDER PLUS INSECT 
CONTROL 28-6-4 WITH 3.60% 
DIAZINON 



900021C SO-GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 



SO -GREEN PREMIUM PLUS 3 WEED & 
FEED 21-7-7 



900028C 



CARGILL FERTILIZER 
4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 



AERO GREEN 10-6-4 WEED & FEED 
WITH KILLEX 



910001C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 



WINTERCARE PLUS LAWN 
FERTILIZER PLUS WEED CONTROL 
22-9-15 



910015C 



910018C 



920093C 



930004C 



930013C 



WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS , ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL 
1250 NOBEL 
BOUCHERVILLE, P.Q, 
J4B 5K1 

FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z 2Z1 



PLANT PRODUCTS CO. 
314 ORENDA RD. 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T IGl 



LTD. 



WILSON HOSE -SPRAY LIQUID WEED 
& FEED 18-2-5 



NUTRITE 21-7-7 YARD -PRO GREEN 
CARPET WEED & FEED 



BOTANIX LIQUID LAWN FERTILIZER 
15-3-3 WITH INSECTICIDE 



CRABEX LIQUID LAWN FERTILIZER 
15-5-5 AND CRABGRASS CONTROL 



AG-TURF 0-0-6 WITH 15% 
QUINTOZENE 



103 



430 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 3 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



930014C EVERGRO PRODUCTS INC. 
7333 PROGRESS WAY 
DELTA, B.C. 
V4G 1E7 

930027C D.H. HOWDEN & CO. LTD. 
635 SOUTHDALB RD. 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6A 4G8 



EVERGRO TURF FERTILIZER 7-3-12 
WITH 15.4% QUINTOZENE 



GARDEN MASTER LIQUID WEED & 
FEED 15-2-3 



TOTAL: 22 



6. Schedule 4 to the Regulation is revolced and the following 
substituted: 



104 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



431 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


869 


WOB 


1365 


CHV 


1620 


NOX 


1686 


FSS 


2039 


SXA 


2525 


REC 


2528 


REC 


2994 


CAA 


3271 


STQ 


3272 


STQ 


3276 


RAW 


3758 


NOX 


3872 


HAU 


4305 


SXA 


5565 


OSD 


6234 


JOH 


6590 


MAZ 


6592 


MAZ 


6758 


RAW 


6944 


WIL 


7137 


REC 


7545 


RAW 


7668 


ROR 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



7670 



CCN 



LTR 



ROR 



7704 


HAU 


7745 


HAU 


7762 


REC 


7857 


GAX 


7873 


PGH 


8376 


HAU 


8478 


HAU 


8718 


POP 


8748 


HAU 


8784 


HAU 


8834 


HAU 


9021 


HAC 


9154 


AMW 


9167 


FSS 


9189 


NOX 


9203 


JOH 


9221 


WIL 


9572 


CHH 


9573 


CHH 


9626 


HAU 


9676 


CHH 


9749 


JOH 


9749.01 


CBE 


9754 


JOH 


9780 


REK 


9928 


CAT 


9930 


PEV 


10153 


HAU 



AMZ 



G.H. WOOD MOTHKILLER CRYSTALS 

ORTHO VOLCK OIL SPRAY 

NOXALL ANT DOOM POWDER 

DERITOX GARDEN GUARD INSECTICIDE DUST 

SANEX FLEA-X INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 

RECOCHEM MOTH BALLS 

RECOCHEM PARA-ZENE MOTH CRYSTALS 

CADILLAC MOTH CRYSTALS 

STANHOME PERFUMED CRYSTALS KILLS CLOTHES 

MOTHS 

STANHOME MOTH CAKE 

RAWLEIGH MOTH CRYSTALS 

NOXALL PROLIN RAT BAIT MEAL 

HARTZ MY-T-MITE POWDER 

SANEX RODENTKIL (KILLS RATS & MICE) 

PENTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 

RAID LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 

MARC-0 MOTH CRYSTALS DEODORANT 

MARC-0 MOTH BALLS 

RAWLEIGH' S MOTH & DEODORANT BLOCKS 

WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER 

PELLETS 

RECOCHEM NERO INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 

RAWLEIGH ROACH & ANT KILLER 

ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE FABRIC PRESERVATIVE 

GREEN 

ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE & FABRIC PRESERVATIVE 

CLEAR LIQUID 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA POWDER 

RECOCHEM RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH SOLUTION 

ITCH -STOP DOG LOTION 

POULIN'S RAT & MOUSE POISON 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY (FOR CATS) 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY (FOR DOGS) 

HARTZ DOG FLEA POWDER 

HAGEN BIRD BATH 

AMWAY D-15 INSECT REPELLENT 

GREEN CROSS ANT KILLER LIQUID 

NOXALL CAT & DOG FLEA POWDER 

OFF! FRESH OUTDOOR SCENT INSECT REPELLENT 

WILSON DORMT^NT OIL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

BAYGON RESIDUAL HOUSEHOLD INSECT SPRAY 

BAYGON HOUSEHOLD INSECT RESIDUAL 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA SOAP 

BAYTEX 1% GRANULAR RESIDUAL MOSQUITO 

LARVICIDE 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

MASTERCRAFT HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

RAID YARD FOGGER 

BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

KLUNK AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 

FLY SCREEN 

HARTZ INDOOR NO REPELLENT PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 



105 



432 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



10154 

10165 
10209 

10371 



HAU 

SAP 
HAC 

NOX 



10377 


PLB 


OGI 


10403 


HAC 




10438 


INT 




10489 


CAI 




10521 


SGO 




10565 


NUG 




10568 


NUG 




10591 


BOY 




10611 


PLB 


OGI 


10652 


FSS 




10713 


CHP 


CCN 


10781 


REC 




10871 


RBN 




10872 


SGT 




10888 


CHH 




10921 


FSS 




10946 


WIL 




10967 


RBN 




11004 


JOH 




11171 


NOX 




11172 


NOX 




11193 


JOH 




11204 


JOH 




11219 


REC 




11384 


WIL 




11419 


PHY 


HUB 


11481 


JOH 




11727 


PIC 


LEE 


11839 


BOY 




12054 


HAD 




12226 


SGO 




12346 


AMW 


AMZ 


12591 


SGO 




12670 


NUG 




12673 


NUG 




12782 


WIL 




12788 


INT 




12945 


REC 




13003 


UCB 




13029 


HAC 




13030 


HAC 




13055 


ZOC 


ZOD 


13086 


SAF 




13171 


NUG 




13179 


WIL 




13266 


HAU 




13287 


LAT 




13438 


FAR 


GIS 



HARTZ OUTDOOR NO REPELLENT PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

SANEX 1% DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

HAGEN UNIVERSAL SHOWER BATH FOR HAMSTERS 

& GERBILS 

NOXALL SCAT'S OFF CAT & DOG REPELLENT 

LIQUID 

SCENT -OFF TWIST-ONS 

HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR CATS 

CO-OP FLY KILL SPACE SPRAY LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE 

D & L FLEA & TICK POWDER ■ 

GREEN CROSS WARFARIN RAT AND MOUSE KILLER 

BAIT 

C-I-L ROSE DOCTOR INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 

C-I-L GARDEN DOCTOR INSECTICIDE -FUNGICIDE 

BLACK FLAG RESIDUAL BUG KILLER 

SCENT -OFF PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS DOG & CAT REPELLENT 

C-I-L HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

RECOCHEM COPPER II GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

PAINTABLE 

SERGEANT'S CAT FLEA POWDER 

SERGEANT'S FLEA SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

BAYTEX 0.5% READY-TO-USE INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS DOG & CAT REPELLENT OUTDOOR 

GRANULAR 

WILSON'S ROSE & FLOWER SPRAY 

SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK POWDER 

OFF! INSECT REPELLENT 

NOXALL CAT & DOG FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 

NOXALL DOG FLEA SHAMPOO LIQUID 

RAID MOSQUITO COILS 

RAID WASP & HORNET KILLER 

"Z" INSECT REPELLENT SOLUTION 

WILSON'S WASP £c HORNET SPRAY 

VETZYME JDS INSECTICIDAL DOG SHAMPOO 

RAID ANT COCKROACH & EARWIG KILLER 

PIC MOSQUITO COIL A- 50 

BLACK FLAG FLYING INSECT KILLER 

LONGLIFE ALGI-STOP 

GREEN CROSS GCP PRUNING PAINT 

AMWAY BUG SPRAY QUICK KILLING INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS SWAT INSECT STRIP 

C-I-L PRUNING SPRAY PRESSURIZED 

C-I-L DOG & CAT REPELLENT 

WILSON PRUNING PAINT 

CO-OP VA-POR FLY STRIP INSECTICIDE 

RECOCHEM NERO INSECT REPELLENT 

TRE-HOLD SPRAY PAINT 

HAGEN OUTDOOR REPELLENT 

HAGEN INDOOR REPELLENT FOR DOGS 

VAPORETTE FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

SANEX MOXY INSECT KILLER 

CHIPMAN DOG & CAT REPELLENT GRANULAR 

WILSON'S HOUSE PLANT INSECT KILLER 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 CAT COLLAR 

LATER' S DIAZINON PRESSURIZED INSECT SPRAY 

ROLL-ON FLY REPELLENT INSECTICTDR 



106 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



433 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 








TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 




TRANT 


AGENT 


13457 




HAU 




13519 




CHP 




13552 




JOH 




13554 




FAR 


GIS 


13606 




ZOC 


ZOD 


13607 




SDZ 




13661 




SDZ 




13692 




WIL 




13692. 


01 


JOH 




13692. 


02 


WIL 




13850 




YON 


SHC 


13922 




FAR 


FAM 


13978 




RAW 




13990 




JOH 




14020 




FSS 




14059 




HAU 




14101 




LAK 


HAU 


14116 




WIL 




14116. 


01 


CBE 


WIL 


14119 




GHC 




14121 




GHC 




14152 




FSS 




14219 




WIL 





PESTICIDE 



14223 



LAT 



14242 


REC 


14285 


HAC 


14316 


STO 


14326 


WAL 


14375 


SGO 


14380 


REK 


14514 


JOH 


14573 


SDZ 


14577 


NUG 


14668 


SFR 


14703 


NUG 


14762 


NUG 


14794 


CGC 


14891 


WOB 


14919 


HAU 


14920 


HAU 


14921 


HAU 


14922 


HAU 


14928 


RBN 


14929 


RBN 


14950 


NUG 


14969 


REE 



HARTZ 2 IN 1 DOG COLLAR 

C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 

RAID INSECT STRIP 

FARNAM FLYS-AWAY REPELLENT BOMB II 

VAPORETTE FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 

VAPORETTE INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR 

CATS 

VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR 

CATS 

WILSON HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER TRIGGER 

SPRAY 

WILSON GREEN EARTH HOUSE & GARDEN BUG 

KILLER 

ABSORBINE SUPERSHIELD FLY REPELLENT & 

INSECTICIDE 

SWAT FLY REPELLENT CREAM 

MR. GROOM LIQUID FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

OFF! INSECT REPELLENT TOWELETTES 

GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY INSECTICIDE 

SPRAY 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 RID FLEA SHAMPOO 

LAMBERT KEY ZENOX SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

WILSON LIQUID ANTEX KILLS ANTS 

MASTERCRAFT LIQUID ANT KILLER 

WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 

GREEN CROSS MOUSE BAIT 

WILSON'S DRIONE CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

POWDER 

LATER' S WEED-ALL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

HERBICIDE 

RECOCHEM MOSQUITO COILS 

HAGEN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

REPEX INSECT REPELLENT 

WATKINS INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

S.W.A.T. YARD & PATIO FOGGER 

BLACK FLAG ANT TRAPS WITH PROPOXUR 

RAID VEGETABLE GARDEN FOGGER 

VET-KEM FLEA & TICK POWDER 

C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 

SPRAY 

SAFER' S INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE 

C-I-L LIQUID ANT KILLER 

C-I-L CRAWLING INSECT KILLER DUST 

GREEN CROSS TOMATO FRUIT SET 

G.H. WOOD MOTHKILLER MOTH BALLS 

HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR 

PUPPIES 

HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR 

LARGE DOGS 

HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR 

DOGS 

HARTZ REFLECTING 2 IN 1 PLUS COLLAR FOR 

CATS 

SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 

SERGEANT'S FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 

C-I-L PRUNING PAINT 

R & C II PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 



107 



434 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q R^g , 9/95 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


15076 


SAP 


15253 


WIL 


15337 


JOH 


15351 


REC 


15411 


JOH 


15550 


FSS 


15568 


SAF 


15569 


HAU 


15578 


HAU 


15579 


HAU 


15580 


HAU 


15583 


JOH 


15667 


STO 


15693 


REK 


15694 


FSS 


15695 


CGC 


15711 


SAF 


15712 


LAT 


15713 


SAF 


15757 


JOH 


15883 


SGT 


15884 


SGT 


15892 


WIL 


15899 


SGO 


15975 


LAT 


16056 


SAF 


16063 


JOH 


16082 


LAT 


16088 


BAX 


16144 


FSS 


16152 


JOL 


16196 


JOH 


16214 


LAT 


16218 


LAT 



SCHEDULE : 



AGENT PESTICIDE 



SANEX SKEETER BOMBS PYRETHRIN CAPSULES 
WILSON'S POTTED PLANT SOIL INSECTICIDE 
DUST 

RAID HOUSE Sc GARDEN BUG KILLER 
RECORD 100 INSECT REPELLENT 
RAID FLYING INSECT KILLER PRESSURIZED 
SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT BLASTER 
SANEX VAPO INSECT STRIP 
HARTZ DOG FLEA SOAP 
HARTZ 2 IN 1 RID FLEA DOG SHAMPOO 
HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR DOGS 
HARTZ 2 IN 1 LUSTER BATH FOR CATS 
OFF! PUMP SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 
REPEX INSECT REPELLENT 
BLACK FLAG TRIPLE ACTION BUG KILLER 
SOREXA SUPER MOUSE BAIT 
SOREXA CR-2 SUPER MOUSE & RAT BAIT 
SANEX MOXY PLUS INSECT KILLER 
LATER' S INDOOR -OUTDOOR PLANT INSECT SPRAY 
SANEX D-PEST INSECT KILLER 
RAID MOTH PROOFER 

SERGEANT'S PUMP CAT FLEA & TICK SPRAY 
SERGEANT'S DOG FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 
WILSON'S POTTED PLANT INSECT SPRAY 
GREEN CROSS FLOWER & VEGETABLE NATURAL 
BUG KILLER DUST 
LATER' S TOMATO FRUIT SET SPRAY 
SANEX JUNGLE POWER INSECT REPELLENT 
RAID FLYING INSECT BUG KILLER 
LATER' S PRESSURIZED INSECT KILLER FOR 
HOUSE & GARDEN 
SENDRAN INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 
FLEA KILLER FOR PETS 
SUREKILLER RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 
RAID WEED KILLER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
LATER' S LIQUID ANT KILLER 
LATER' S LATHRIN CONCENTRATE (1 TO 3) 
INSECTICIDE 
16219 LAT LATER' S GROW 'N' CARE HOUSE PLANT INSECT 

KILLER R.T.U. 
SENDRAN TICK & FLEA DAB -ON 

LEE PIC X-100 INSECT REPELLENT 

SANEX PRO AEROSOL (PROFESSIONAL STRENGTH) 

INSECTICIDE 

DEEP WOODS OFF INSECT REPELLENT 

GREEN CROSS DERITOX ORGANIC INSECTICIDE 

DUST 

RAID MOSQUITO COILS 

LEE PIC ANT TRAP 

CO-OP ANT & ROACH RESIDUAL SPRAY 
WILSON'S ROOTS LIQUID ROOT STIMULATOR 
WITH FUNGICIDE 

WILSON'S PRESSURIZED SPRAY FRUIT SET 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR LARGE DOGS 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 
WILSON'S CUTWORM & SOWBUG BAIT 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR PUPPIES 



16222 


BAX 


16247 


PIC 


16282 


SXA 


16283 


JOH 


16294 


FSS 


16341 


JOH 


16487 


PIC 


16496 


INT 


16515 


WIL 


16516 


WIL 


16527 


HAC 


16528 


HAC 


16529 


HAC 


16533 


WIL 


16535 


HAC 



108 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



435 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



16546 UBA VETATIX INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & 

CATS 
16561 SFR SAFER' S INSECTICIDAL SOAP FOR HOUSEPLANTS 

(NATURAL) 
16600 LAT LATER' S DIPHA-TOX RAT & MOUSE KILLER BAIT 

16606 FOF FOSSIL FLOWER INSECTICIDAL SOAP 

(CONCENTRATE) 

16607 CGC INSECTICIDAL SOAP FOR FLOWERS & 

VEGETABLES 
16673 HAO HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 

16699 SAP SANEX BROMONE RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

16700 SAF SANEX BROMONE RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 
16709 BOY BLACK FLAG OUTDOOR FOGGER 

16773 CHP CCN C-I-L ANT & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 
16782 NUG C-I-L SOLGARD ANT & GRUB KILLER DUST 

16832 JOH RAID CRACK & CREVICE ROACH FOAM 

16851 SAF SANEX RESMEN PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 0.25% 
16859 CSM BLACK FLAG MOSQUITO COILS 

16973 SAF SANEX HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

17033 HAC HAGEN BIRD GUARD 

17038 REK BLACK FLAG NOOK & CRANNY BUG KILLER 

17049 INT CO-OP BROMONE MOUSE KILLER CANARY SEED 

MOUSE BAIT 
17055 REG RECOCHEM CEDAR SCENTED MOTH BALLS 

17103 SFR SAFER' S DE -MOSS MOSS & ALGAE KILLER 

17122 CGC GREEN CROSS HOUSE PLANT INSECTICIDE 

17151 WIL WILSON ANT TRAP 

17194 REK BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 

17195 PIC LEE PIC INSIDE/OUTSIDE BUG KILLER 

17238 WIS AOK REPEL 100 INSECT REPELLENT LIQUID 

17239 WIS AOK REPEL INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

17267 HAC HAGEN FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR CATS 

17268 HAC HAGEN FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 
17307 SFR SAFER' S FLEA SOAP FOR DOGS 
17341 SAF JUNGLE POWER INSECT REPELLENT 
17343 REC RECOCHEM LIQUID ANT KILLER 
17396 JOH RAID ANT TERMINALS 

17398 CHP C-I-L FLORAL INSECT KILLER (READY -TO -USE) 

17399 CHP C-I-L VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 

17400 SDZ VET-KEM FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR CATS, 

DOGS AND SHOW HORSES 
17471 PIC LEE PIC ROACH KILLER 

17492 BOY BLACK FLAG VAPONA NO -PEST STRIP 

17494 PRQ SUPER BLOC I BAIT BLOCK 

17538 SAF SANEX 5V SEVIN DUST INSECTICIDE 

17539 JOH RAID CATERPILLAR & GYPSY MOTH KILLER 
17546 WIL WILSON'S GARDEN SULPHUR 

FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 

17586 PIC LEE PIC WASP & HORNET KILLER 

17587 PIC LEE PIC ANT, ROACH & SPIDER KILLER 
17674 SDZ VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA & TICK 

COLLAR FOR CATS 
17709 SFR SAFER' S FLEA SOAP FOR CATS 

17763 SUF SUNFRESH HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

17783 BOY BLACK FLAG TENT CATERPILLAR KILLER 

1779 8 WIL WILSON ANT & GRUB KILLER DUST 

17798.01 WTR WIL WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN ANT, EARWIG & GRUB 

KILLER DUST 



109 



436 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGENT 


17798.02 


WIL 




17798.03 


POP 


WIL 


17799 


WIL 




17957 


BOY 




17959 


HAU 




17960 


HAU 




17961 


HAU 




18014 


WIL 




18014.01 


JOH 




18014.02 


WIL 




18014.03 


HOW 


WIL 


18014.04 


KMA 


WIL 


1B072 


LAT 




18073 


LAT 




18074 


PUG 




18087 


LAT 




18093 


PGH 




18105 


PIC 


LEE 


18108 


HAU 




18109 


HAU 




18111 


SXA 




18116 


WIL 




18116.01 


JOH 




18116.02 


WIL 




18117 


WIL 




18117.01 


JOH 




18117.02 


WIL 




18141 


SFR 




18194 


WIS 


AOK 


18195 


WIS 


AOK 


18252 


SXA 




18?89 


FSS 




18290 


FSS 




18295 


FSS 




18303 


SAF 




18332 


NUQ 




18349 


FSS 




18355 


SFR 




18356 


SFR 




18364 


MLS 


CHH 


18365 


MLS 


CHH 


183b6 


MLS 


CHH 



PESTICIDE 



LATER' S ROSE & 
LATER' S TOMATO 
SMASH IV HOUSE 



WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY ANT & GRUB KILLER 
DUST 

POULIN'S MULTI-PURPOSE INSECT DUST 
WILSON HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL TRIGGER 

SPRAY KIT 

COMBAT LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR CATS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR DOGS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR CATS 

WILSON SPOTWEED LAWN WEED KILLER (READY 

TO USE) 

RAID LAWN WEED KILLER 

WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY SPOTWEED LAWN 

WEED KILLER 

GARDEN MASTER LAWN SPOT WEED KILLER 

READY -TO -USE LIQUID 

K-GRO SPOTWEED LAWN WEED KILLER 

FLOWER INSECT KILLER 

& VEGETABLE INSECT KILLER 

& GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S WEED-B-GON WEED KILLER 

THE ORIGINAL MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT 

PIC 75% DEET INSECT REPELLENT 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR DOGS 

HARTZ 2 IN 1 LONG LASTING COLLAR FOR CATS 

VET TEK FLEA SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER 

WILSON VEGETABLE GARDEN SPRAY 

READY-TO-USE 

RAID TOMATO & VEGETABLE SPRAY 

WILSON GREEN EARTH VEGETABLE GARDEN SPRAY 

WILSON FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 

RAID FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 

WILSON GREEN EARTH FLOWER GARDEN SPRAY 

SAFER' S DE-MOSS MOSS KILLER (FOR 

STRUCTURAL SERVICES) 

REPEL INSECT REPELLENT NON-AEROSOL PUMP 

(SPORTSMEN FORMULA) 

REPEL 100 INSECT REPELLENT NON-AEROSOL 

PUMP 

SANEX WASP &. HORNET KILLER PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS EVER- READY ROSE/FLOWER 

INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS EVER- READY TOMATO & VEGETABLE 

INSECTICIDE 

GREEN CROSS EVER -READY KILLEX 

READY -TO -USE SPOT WEEDER 

SANEX CABBAGE DUST INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 

GREEN CROSS EVER- READY CREEPY CRAWLY PEST 

CONTROL 

SAFER' S ROSE & FLOWER INSECTICIDE R.T.U. 

(NATURAL) 

SAFER' S AFRICAN VIOLET INSECTICIDE 

CUTTER EVERGREEN SCENT INSECT REPELLENT 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

CUTTER EVERGREEN SCENT INSECT REPELLENT 

CREAM 



110 



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437 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


18367 


MLS 


CHH 


18383 


NUG 




18390 


JAN 




18397 


TOM 


CCN 


18402 


TOM 


CCN 


18403 


TOM 


CCN 


18418 


SFR 




18423 


APA 




18444 


SDZ 




18445 


BOY 




18449 


JOH 




18474 


INT 




18475 


INT 




18494 


JOL 




18499 


HOH 


ROT 


18505 


SDZ 




18506 


SDZ 




18507 


BAX 




18511 


SDZ 




18512 


SDZ 




18543 


PIC 


LEE 


18547 


SCU 


CRY 


18552 


PIC 


LEE 


18661 


CHZ 




18687 


SGO 




18708 


SFR 




18778 


PGH 




18790 


INN 




18801 


FSS 




18802 


CGC 




18909 


HAU 




18910 


HAU 




18974 


WIL 




18992 


WIL 




18993 


WIL 




19005 


CAA 




19015 


BOY 




19016 


REK 




19038 


SDZ 




19061 


SFR 




19107 


FRE 




19194 


FRE 




19209 


SDZ 




19210 


SDZ 





PESTICIDE 



CUTTER INSECT REPELLENT CREAM 
C-I-L SPOT WEEDER (READY -TO -USE) 
K.F.L. INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & 
CATS 

TOMLYN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 
TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PEST SPRAY (FOR 
CATS & KITTENS) 

TOMLYN DAILY PROTECTION PEST SPRAY (FOR 
DOGS & PUPPIES) 

SAFER' S DE -MOSS FOR LAWNS CONCENTRATE 
APAVAP SPRAY FLYING INSECT KILLER 
VET-KEM FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 
BLACK FLAG TOMATO & VEGETABLE GARDEN 
FOGGER 

RAID LIQUID ANT KILLER 

CO-OP TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECT CONTROL 
LIQUID 

CO-OP ROSE & ORNAMENTAL INSECT CONTROL 
LIQUID 

INSTANT SUREKILLER RESIDUAL PRESSURIZED 
INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

RIVER TRAIL LIQUID INSECT REPELLENT 
VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA &. TICK 
COLLAR (FOR DOGS) 

BREAK-AWAY FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR CATS 
SENDRAN FLEA £e TICK COLLAR FOR DOGS 
VET-KEM INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR 
DOGS 

VET-KEM BREAK-AWAY FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 
PIC X-100 DEET INSECT REPELLENT 
SCHULTZ INSTANT HOUSE PLAOT" & GARDEN 
INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
PIC LIQUID ANT KILLER 
COGHLAN'S MOSQUITO COILS 

ANT, COCKROACH AND CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 
SAFER' S FRUIT & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE 
(NATURAL) 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT WITH SUNSCREEN 
LOTION 6 

INSECTO NO 2 COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS ANT, GRUB AND CUTWORM KILLER 
GREEN CROSS CUTWORM DUST INSECTICIDE 
HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK KILLER FOR CATS 
HARTZ 2 IN 1 FLEA & TICK KILLER FOR DOGS 
WILSON ROACH DESTROYER 
WILSON PARAFFINIZED RAT & MOUSE BAIT 
PELLETS 

WILSON BAIT BLOKS KILLS RATS & MICE 
CADILLAC MOTH KILLER PERFUMED BLOCK 
BLACK FLAG WASP & HORNET KILLER 
BLACK FLAG FLEA KILLER 
ZODIAC FLEA & TICK PUMP SPRAY 
SAFER' S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 
THE ORIGINAL SKEETO-BAN INSECT 
REPELLING -JACKET OR PANTS 
THE ORIGINAL SKEETO-BAN BUG REPELLENT 
ZODIAC FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 
ZODIAC BREAK AWAY FLEA & TICK COLLAR FOR 
CATS 



111 



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O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



19211 



19216 



SDZ 



CMF 



19228 




WIL 




19228. 


01 


WIL 




19244. 


03 


AMX 




19250 




SGT 




19273 




INT 




19275 




BOY 




19283 




KEM 


CCN 


19284 




KEM 


CCN 


19294 




ICC 




19307 




BOY 




19308 




REK 




19322 




MLS 


CHH 


19332 




ZOD 




19333 




SDZ 




19390 




JOL 




19437 




SFR 





19444 



19678 

19688 
19691 
19703 
1^759 
19769 
19770 
19771 
19785 
19816 
19829 



SFR 



19445 


SFR 




19449 


SFR 




19452 


JOL 


CCN 


19454 


BDN 


HOD 


19460 


SFR 




19475 


HAC 




19526 


CLC 




19567 


LAT 




19587 


BAX 


CCN 


19590 


JOH 




19599 


HAC 




19600 


HAC 




19601 


HAC 




19602 


HAC 




19648 


AVM 


CCN 


19651 


PUG 





AVM 

NUG 
SFR 
SFR 
NUG 
WIL 
INT 
INT 
WIL 
CLC 
SFR 



CCN 



CCN 
CCN 



ZODIAC INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA & TICK COLLAR 
FOR DOGS 

INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER (100* 
NATURAL) 

WILSON EARWIG DESTROYER GRANULES 
WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY EARWIG KILLER 
ANIMAX FLY FOGGER 

SERGEANT'S HOUSEHOLD FLEA KILLER SPRAY 
CO-OP SUPER INDOOR/OUTDOOR BUG KILLER 
COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT 

ATACK HORNET & WASP KILLER INSECTICIDE 
SPRAY 

ATACK ANT & ROACH KILLER INSECTICIDE 
SPRAY 

HOT FOOT BIRD REPELLENT PASTE 
BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 
BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 
CUTTER MAXIMUM STRENGTH INSECT REPELLENT 
LIQUID 

VAPORETTE BREAK -AWAY FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 
VAPORETTE INTEGRAL BUCKLE FLEA COLLAR FOR 
DOGS 

SUREKILLER ANT KILLER 

SAFER' S FRUITS & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE 
(NATURAL) 

SAFER' S APHID & WHITEFLY KILLER NATURAL 
(R.T.U.) 

SAFER' S SPIDER MITE SPRAY (NATURAL) 
SAFER' S APHID & WHITEFLY INSECTICIDE 
(NATURAL) 

SUREKILLER CRAWLING INSECTICIDE II 
POKON PLANT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
SAFER' S FLEA & TICK SPRAY (R.T.U.) 
HAGEN PETS & PREMISES FLEA & TICK PUMP 
SPRAY 

MAXFORCE ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 
LATER' S PRUNING SEAL 
PARA- PREMISE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
RAID ANT ROACH & EARWIG BUG KILLER 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS AND PUPPIES 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS & KITTENS 
HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR DOGS WITH INTEGRAL 
BUCKLE 

HAGEN FLEA COLLAR FOR CATS 
ASSAULT FLYING INSECT KILLER 
PUROGUARD R.K. 42 READY-TO-USE RESIDUAL 
SPRAY 

ARISTA CONTACT & RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
SPRAY 

C-I-L CHLORISECT SOIL & LAWN INSECT DUST 
SAFER' S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 
SAFER' S SULPHUR DUST FXTOGICIDE MITICIDE 
C-I-L EARWIG KILLER DUST 
WILSON ANT Sl ROACH KILLER 
CO-OP FLY & MOSQUITO KILLER 
CO-OP CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 
WILSON ANT, ROACH, EARWIG KILLER 
IMPACT ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 
SAFER' S TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE 



112 



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439 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



19856 
19876 

19901 
19902 
19903 
19904 

19905 

19906 

19909 
19913 
19915 
19918 
19929 

19953 
19962 
20003 
20068 
20070 

20085 
20086 
20117 
20194 

20203 
20223 

20230 
20231 

20234 
20235 
20375 
20376 
20378 
20382 
20383 
20412 

20440 
20445 
20446 
20455 

20460 
20471.01 

20478 

20478.01 

20503 

20504 

20561 

20562 



KEM 
INT 

MOX 
MOX 
MOX 
MOX 

MOX 

MOX 

PGH 
MGK 
SGO 
BOY 
SFR 

BOY 
PFP 
NUG 
LAT 
FSS 

PFP 
PFP 
BOY 

FUB 

SFR 
SXA 

SGT 
SAJ 

BOY 
REK 
TNR 
TNR 
WIL 
BLL 
BLL 
EAT 

REK 

MOX 
MOX 
PGH 

WIL 
CGC 

WBC 
EKO 
SFR 
SFR 
SFR 
SFR 



CCN 

MOL 
MOL 
MOL 
MOL 

MOL 

MOL 

WIC 



PTM 
CCN 



PTM 
PTM 



TNQ 
TNQ 

MAE 
MAE 
MYS 



RTU 

ATACK INDOOR INSECT KILLER 

CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

CLEAR- IT 1 

CLEAR -IT 2 

CLEAR- IT 3 



NON- SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
NON- SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 
NON- SELECTIVE HERBICIDE 



GAX 



SIDE -KICK #1 NON- SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS 

KILLER 

SIDE -KICK #2 NON- SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS 

KILLER 

SIDE-KICK #3 NON- SELECTIVE WEED & GRASS 

KILLER 

MUSKOL INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY PRESSURIZED 

D-TRANS HOUSE & GARDEN SPRAY 1862 

GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR BAIT 

BLACK FLAG ANT & COCKROACH KILLER 

SAFER' S ROSE & FLOWER INSECTICIDE 

(NATURAL) 

BLACK FLAG ANT & EARWIG KILLER 

PPP FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO (DOGS & CATS) 

C-I-L WASP & HORNET KILLER 

LATER' S FLEA-B-GON FLEA & TICK KILLER 

GREEN CROSS EARWIG ELIMINATOR INSECTICIDE 

SPRAY 

PPP FLEA & TICK HOME & KENNEL POWER SPRAY 

PPP FLEA & TICK SPRAY 

BLACK FLAG ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 

FULLER HOUSE & GARDEN #1012 

INDOOR/OUTDOOR INSECTICIDE 

SAFER' S ANT KILLER 

SANEX TRI -KILL R.T.U. SPOT WEEDER LIQUID 

SPRAY 

SERGEANT'S RUG PATROL FLEA KILLER SPRAY 

UNITED VAN LINES SANITIZED VAN INTERIOR 

SPRAY 

COMBAT MOSQUITO REPELLENT STICK 

BLACK FLAG ANT BAITS 

BEN'S 100 INSECT REPELLENT SPRAY 

BEN'S 100 INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 

WILSON EARWIG & ROACH KILLER 

QUINTOX RAT & MOUSE BAIT PACS 

QUINTOX MOUSE SEED PACS 

EATON'S 4 THE BIRDS TRANSPARENT BIRD 

REPELLENT LIQUID 

BLACK FLAG LIQUID ANT KILLER 

ROUNDUP L&G READY -TO -USE HERBICIDE 

ROUNDUP L&G CONCENTRATED 

MUSKOL LITE INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

WILSON FUNGUS GNAT KILLER 

GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY ROACH CONTROL 

SYSTEM 

DRAX ANT KIL GEL 

VICTOR LIQUID ANT KILLING SYSTEM 

SAFER' S EARWIG KILLER (NATURAL) 

SAFER' S EARWIG KILLER (NATURAL) 

SAFER' S NATURAL CATERPILLAR KILLER 

SAFER' S VEGETABLE GARDEN INSECTICIDE RTU 



113 



440 



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O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN- 


20563 


SFR 




20564 


SFR 




20565 


SFR 




20566 


SFR 




20570 


SDZ 




20574 


ORM 


CCN 


20667 


HOW 


CCN 


20668 


HOH 


CCN 


20669 


JAN 


CCN 


20671 


DIS 





PESTICIDE 



20677 



21050 



21113 



DIS 



CCN 



20678 


BAX 


CCN 


20679 


MMN 


CCN 


20693 


BAX 


CCN 


20694 


SDZ 




20695 


JAN 


CCN 


20717 


SEX 




20773 


JOH 




20778 


AIG 


CCN 


20783 


AIG 


CCN 


20784 


PFP 


PTM 


20848 


SFR 




20854 


BOY 




20905 


LAT 




20918 


SDZ 




20972 


ROK 




21002 


REC 




21010 


WIL 


CCN 


21030 


HRY 




21036 


HOH 


CCN 


21037 


HOW 


CCN 



SEX 



21072 


SHT 


CHP 


21082 


HOH 


CCN 


21087 


HOW 


CCN 


21108 


MRR 


NUO 


21112 


WIL 





WIL 



21118 


VTR 


21120 


VTR 


21121 


VTR 


21' 65 


WIL 


21166 


WIL 


21206 


SDZ 


21274 


CLC 



SAFER' S TROUNCE YARD & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 
SAFER' S TROUNCE YARD & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 
SAFER' S TROUNCE HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 
(NATURAL) 

SAFER' S NATURAL HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 
(CONC.) 

VET-KEM PREMISE SPRAY 

ORMOND TENOCIDE FOAM FLEA & TICK KILLER 
PRO -HARDWARE HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 
HOME GARDENER HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT 
KILLER 

SIPHEX-14 CARPET & PREMISE CONTACT & 
RESIDUAL SPRAY 

DISPAR FLEA- 3 PRESSURIZED CONTACT & 
RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
DISPAR FLEA-1 FLEA & TICK MOUSSE SHAMPOO 
FOR PETS 

FLEATOL MOUSSE SHAMPOO 
3M #1491 FLEA & TICK FOAM SHAMPOO 
PARA FOAM FLEA & TICK QUICK BREAKING FOAM 
VET-KEM QUICK BREAKING INSECTICIDE FOAM 
FOR CATS & DOGS 

SIPHEX-14 MOUSSE (FLEA & TICK FOAM) 
SILO R.K. 42 DOMESTIQUE 
RAID ROACH & EARWIG BAITS 
KONK PRO INSECT KILLER 
KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 
PPP FLEA & TICK MOUSSE 

SAFER' S ROACH & CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 
BLACK FLAG INSECT STRIP 
LATER' S PET FLEA & TICK SPRAY 
VET-KEM SIPHOTROL HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 
GOLDEX MOTH BALLS 
MOTH RID 3 

WILSON JET FOAM WASP & HORNET KILLER 
EASY -OFF CARPET FLEA KILLER 
HOME GARDENER CRAWLING INSECT KILLER 
PRO -HARDWARE EARWIG & CRAWLING INSECT 
KILLER 

EXTERMINATOR IN A BOTTLE SMASH IV 
INSECTICIDE (RTU) 
C-I-L MOUSEBUSTER WITH RATAK 
HOME GARDENER HORNET & WASP KILLER 
PRO HARDWARE HORNET & WASP KILLER 
MR ROACHKILLER ROACH CONTROL SYSTEM 
WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC INSECTICIDAL 
SOAP 

WILSON GREEN EARTH INDOOR -OUTDOOR 
INSECTICIDAL SOAP 

2 (PREMISE AEROSOL SPRAY) 

4 FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

5 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 
WILSON GREEN EARTH CONCENTRATED NATURAL 
ANIMAL REPELLENT 

WILSON GREEN EARTH READI- SPRAY NATURAL 
ANIMAL REPELLENT 

VET-KEM OVITROL PLUS FOR DOGS & CATS 
(WITH PRECOR) 
IMPACT ANT CONTROL SYSTEM 



CYCLEBREAKER 
CYCLEBREAKER 
CYCLEBREAKER 



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SCHEDULE : 4 

REGIS- 
TRATION REGIS - 
NO. TRANT AGENT PESTICIDE 



21296 WIL WILSON FLEA & TICK POWDER FOR DOGS & CATS 

21299 JOH OFF! SKINTASTIC LOTION INSECT REPELLENT 

(WITH ALOE VERA) 

21321 WIL WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC INSECTICIDAL 

SOAP (HOSE SPRAY) 

21322 WIL WILSON GREEN EARTH INDOOR -ORGANIC 

INSECTICIDAL SOAP (CONCENTRATED -MIX) 

SECTROL PREMISES FLEA SPRAY 

SECTROL PET SPRAY 

RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK COLLAR 

FOR SMALL DOGS 

RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK COLLAR 

FOR LARGE DOGS 

INSECTIGONE COCKROACH & ANT KILLER 

INSECTIGONE EARWIG KILLER 

INSECTIGONE ANT KILLER 

RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA COLLAR FOR 

CATS 

WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC ROTENONE 

INSECT DUST 

VET-KEM SIPHOTROL P.M. (KILLS FLEAS) 

VET-KEM SIPHOTROL PLUS KILLS FLEAS 

INSECTA 1000 

SERGEANT'S FLEA SOAP FOR DOGS 

SAFER' S ROTENONE ORGANIC GARDEN DUST 
TNQ NATRAPEL INSECT REPELLENT (LOTION) WITH 

ALOE 
TNQ NATRAPEL INSECT REPELLENT (SPRAY) WITH 

ALOE 

WILSON R.T.U. REPELL DOG & CAT REPELLENT 

WILSON GREEN EARTH DRIONE CRAWLING INSECT 

KILLER 
WIL CYCLE BREAKER FLEA & TICK POWDER 

KILLEMOL 

LAY 'EM LOW PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
PUMMEL PRESSURIZED INSECT SPRAY 
RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 
FOR DOGS 
21541 RAK RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

FOR CATS 

RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS CARPET FLEA CONTROL 
SPRAY 

RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS YARD & PREMISE 
SPRAY 

DEEP WOODS INSECT REPELLENT (PRESSURIZED 
SPRAY) 

RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS FLEA & TICK SPRAY 
FOR CATS & DOGS 
DELLA-MIST LIVESTOCK SPRAY 
DEEP WOODS PUMP SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 
DELLA-ZAP INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL 
3M PET Sl premises FLEA SPRAY 
COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
RECOCHEM INSECT REPELLENT 
BANDIT PREMISE AEROSOL SPRAY 
BANDIT INSECTICIDE SOLUTION CONCENTRATE 
(FOR DOGS & CATS) 
21580 AMX BANDIT FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO (FOR DOGS & 

CATS) 



21326 


MMN 


21327 


MMN 


21333 


SDZ 


21334 


SDZ 


21340 


CMF 


21341 


CMF 


21342 


CMF 


21347 


SDZ 


21350 


WIL 


21357 


SDZ 


21373 


SDZ 


21393 


INH 


21406 


SGT 


21422 


SFR 


21424 


TNR 


21425 


TNR 


21453 


WIL 


21474 


WIL 


21500 


VTR 


21510 


NAC 


21511 


MTK 


21512 


CER 


21540 


RAK 



21542 


RAK 


21543 


RAK 


21547 


JOH 


21548 


RAK 


21550 


AFL 


21552 


JOH 


21556 


AFL 


21558 


MMN 


21576 


REK 


21577 


REC 


21578 


AMX 


21579 


AMX 



115 



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SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


21592 


AMX 


21594 


AVM 


21607 


RAK 


21616 


DIS 


21622 


AMX 


21623 


VTR 


21631 


VTR 


21632 


AMX 


21635 


FSS 


21715 


INT 


21733 


RUD 


21743 


BOY 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



21744 



21865 



CCN 



FSS 



SDZ 



21747 


SDZ 


21759 


REK 


21761 


SDZ 


21762 


SDZ 


21791 


RDD 


21793 


JOH 


21825 


JOH 


21834 


FSS 


21839 


SGO 


21843 


JOH 



FSS 



SGT 



WIL 



21868 


JOH 




21871.01 


PTV 




21872.01 


PTV 




21878 


LAT 




21880 


WIL 




21881 


LAT 




21886 


REK 




21890 


WIL 




21908 


REK 




21936 


WIL 




21944 


CMI 




21999 


SAP 




22001 


SXA 




22010 


REK 




22014 


HHH 


AHS 


22030 


LAT 




22050 


LPH 


AGT 


22053 


AVM 


CCN 


22054 


PRQ 


CCN 


22069 


DIS 




22122 


NHM 




22123 


NHM 




22124 


NHM 





BANDIT FLEA & TICK POWDER 
OPTIMA DUAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 
RALSTON COUNTRY ROADS DOG & CAT REPELLENT 
FLEA 2 FLEA & TICK SPRAY FOR PETS 
BANDIT PET AEROSOL SPRAY 
CYCLE BREAKER I PET AEROSOL SPRAY 
CYCLE BREAKER 3 PET PUMP INSECT. SPRAY 
BANDIT PET PUMP INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
NATURAL SOLUTION GARDEN/VEGETABLE BUG 
KILLER 

CO-OP INSECT REPELLENT 

GET OFF MY GARDEN - DOG & CAT REPELLENT 
BLACK FLAG ANT, ROACH & EARWIG (TRIGGER 
PUMP) 

ZODIAC ENDALSECT FLEA SPRAY FOR DOGS & 
CATS 

ENDALSECT FLEA SPRAY FOR CATS 
BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 
(TRIGGER PUMP) 

ZODIAC ENDALSECT CARPET SPRAY 
ZODIAC ENDALSECT PREMISE FLEA SPRAY 
GET OFF MY GARDEN - INDOOR/OUTDOOR DOG & 
CAT REPELLENT 

RAID ANT, ROACH & EARWIG BUG KILLER 
RAID ANT, ROACH, EARWIG BUG KILLER FOR 
CRAWLING INSECTS 

GREEN CROSS HORNET & WASP BLASTER 
GREEN CROSS HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT BLASTER 
OFF! INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY - 
SPRING FRESH SCENT 

SERGEANT'S SHOO INDOOR/OUTDOOR DOG & CAT 
REPELLENT 

OFF! INSECT REPELLENT TOWELETTES 
PET VALU DOG & CAT FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 
PET VALU PUMP INSECTICIDE SPRAY FOR PETS 
LATER' S DOG SHAMPOO 
WILSON GREEN EARTH GARDEN SULPHUR 
FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 
SUPER PET FLEA & TICK SPRAY 
BLACK FLAG HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 
WILSON GREEN EARTH GARDEN SULPHUR 
FUNGICIDE/MITICIDE 

BLACK FLAG ANT, COCKROACH & EARWIG KILLER 
WILSON GREEN EARTH DIO BUG & SLUG KILLER 
CHEMAC QUICK 'N EASY DOG & CAT REPELLENT 
SANEX JUNGLE POWER PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
INSECT REPELLENT 

JUNGLE POWER FOAM INSECT REPELLENT 
COMBAT INSECT REPELLENT LOTION 
SUPERCIDE 

LATER' S DOG & CAT REPELLENT 
MAKI MINI BLOCK 

HARVEST TIME FLYING INSECT KILLER 
SUPER MIST + (METERED SPRAY) 
TRAP-N-A-SACK II KILLS RATS & MICE 
NASCHEM A204 BUZZ -OFF WASP AND HORNET 
BLASTER 

NASCHEM A231 RESI-DUEL INSECTICIDE 
NASCHEM A221 CONTACT INSECTICIDE 



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443 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS - 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


22136 


BLL 


MAE 


22153 


SAP 




22157 


RYN 




22169 


JOH 




22170 


AVM 


CCN 


22170.02 


FUB 


AVM 


22185 


LAT 


CCN 


22186 


LAT 


CCN 



PESTICIDE 



22210 



22244 



SFR 



22213 


SDZ 


22214 


MMN 


22221 


JOH 


22240 


BLL 



MAE 



SFR 



22245 


SFR 




22249 


SDZ 




22253 


JMD 


BOV 


22257 


JOH 




22258 


JOH 




22263 


KEM 


CCN 


22295 


SKN 


SKB 


22311 


JOH 




22319 


CTZ 




22405 


MOM 


MAE 


22406 


MOM 


MAE 


22426 


MGK 


WIC 


22427 


TNR 


TNQ 


22442 


WBC 


GAX 


22450 


MMN 




22483 


WHM 


GAX 


22501 


BLL 


MAE 


22535 


PPK 


LTR 


22536 


PTV 


LTR 


22545 


ARO 


LTR 


22547 


INT 


CCN 


22557 


PTA 




22574 


PRQ 


CCN 


22591 


MGK 




22611 


JOH 




22622 


CAT 




22629 


ARO 


LTR 


22630 


ARO 


LTR 



22631 



BDG 



BDZ 



PRESSURIZED 

DITRAC MOUSE BAIT STATION 

SANEX FLY KILLER INSECTICIDE 

BUZZ OFF BIRD REPELLENT 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER - TRIGGER 

SPRAY 

OPTIMA DUAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 

FULLER 1012 DUAL PURPOSE INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S HORNET & WASP KILLER FOAM 

LATER' S HOUSE &. GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

SPRAY 

SAFER' S INSECTICIDAL SOAP CONCENTRATE 

HOSE -END SPRAY 

VET -KEM SIPHOTROL FORTE 

3M FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS AND CATS 

RAID ANT BAITS II 

CONTRAC RODENTICIDE KILLS WARFARIN 

RESISTANT NORWAY RATS 

SAFER' S TOPGUN CONTACT WEED KILLER (FAST 

ACTING) 

SAFER' S TOPGUN WEED KILLER 

ZOECON PETCOR FLEA SPRAY FOR DOGS & CATS 

BUG KILL INSECTICIDE 

DEEP WOODS OFF! INSECT REPELLENT 

DEEP WOODS OFF! PUMP SPRAY INSECT 

REPELLENT 

KONK PRO COMMERCIAL & FARM INSECT KILLER 

ADAM3 AQUA SPRAY (WITH PYRETHRINS) 

OFF! SKINTASTIC SPRAY INSECT REPELLENT 

CT-511 DAIRY FLY AEROSOL PRESSURIZED 

INSECTICIDE 

HAWK MOUSE BAIT STATION 

TOMCAT MOUSE BAIT STATION 

EVERCIDE FLEA & TICK SPRAY 2412 

NATRAPEL ECO- SPRAY 

CB S-312 INSECTICIDE (WITH ESBIOTHRIN) 

DURATROL HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 

WHITMIRE PT565 PLUS XLO INSECTICIDE 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

DITRAC RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

PROLINE FLEA, TICK AND CRAWLING INSECT 

KILLER 

PET VALU FLEA, TICK AND CRAWLING INSECT 

KILLER 

ARMSTRONG FLEA TICK AND CRAWLING INSECT 

KILLER 

CO-OP GENERAL HOME & GARDEN INSECT 

CONTROL 

DR. BULLEN'S FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO FOR 

DOGS AND CATS 

M. BIBITE (ANT COCKROACH & EARWIG KILLER) 

EVERCIDE FLEA & TICK PET SPRAY 2412 
OFF! SKINTASTIC LOTION INSECT REPELLENT 

(UNSCENTED) 

NOK! AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 

ARMSTRONG HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

ARMSTRONG HORNET &. WASP KILLER 

PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

BODYGUARD DOG REPELLENT 



117 



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SCHEDULE : 



KJSVjib- 

TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


22653 


PPK 


LTR 


22656 


PPK 


LTR 


22666 


INT 


CCN 


22671 


BLO 


WFN 


22672 


JOH 




22678 


SDZ 




22703 


DIS 




22708 


JOH 




22715 


SFR 




22750 


KEM 


CCN 


22759 


MOX 




22762 


JOH 





22780 



22874 

22916 
22927 

22934 



23053 



PESTICIDE 



SPR 



LTR 



22786 


VWP 




22798 


MTC 




22807 


MOX 




22808 


SPR 


LTR 


22809 


SPR 


LTR 


22809.01 


MRS 


LTR 


22810 


SPR 


LTR 


22811 


SPR 


LTR 


22811.01 


MRS 


LTR 


22812 


MOM 


MAE 


22813 


MOM 


MAE 


22839 


CLC 


ASB 


22870 


HDP 




22871 


HDP 




22872 


HDP 





WIL 

SDZ 
FSS 

SUF 



WIL 



22966 


MMN 




22970 


OUR 


WIL 


23010 


SPR 


LTR 


23010.01 


MRS 


LTR 


23024 


APA 




23025 


NHM 




23033 


MMN 




23036 


DIT 





WIL 



23058 


MMN 


23059 


TMP 


23061 


JOH 



SXA 



23064 



JOH 



PROLINE WASP & HORNET KILLER 

PROLINE HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER 

CO-OP AERO -TACK II FLYING INSECT SPRAY 

KILMOS PF MOSQUITO COIL 

RAID MOSQUITO COILS 

VET- KEM OVITROL MOUSSE FOR CATS AND DOGS 

EQUINE DISVAP BARN & HORSES INSECTICIDE 

OFF! INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY - 

UNSCENTED 

SAFER' S VEGETABLE GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

ATACK HOUSEHOLD INSECT KILLER 

ROUNDUP L&G SUPER CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 

OFF! INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY - 

FRESH SCENT 

SPRAY -PAK DOG AND CAT REPELLENT 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

GUARDIAN DOG REPELLENT 

RENEW SKIN THERAPY I INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO 

ROUiroUP L&G RTU HERBICIDE 

SPRAY -PAK GARDEN AND PATIO FOGGER 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

SPRAY- PAK HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER -D 

KLEEN-UP HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER- D 

SPRAY- PAK HOUSE & GARDEN INSECT KILLER- P 

SPRAY- PAK WASP AND HORNET KILLER 

KLEEN-UP WASP AND HORNET KILLER 

HAWlf RODENT BLOCK KILLS RATS AND MICE 

TOMCAT RODENT BLOCK KILLS RATS AND MICE 

MAXFORCE ANT CONTROL SYSTEM 

INSECOLO-FLEA CONTROL 

INSECOLO-ANT CONTROL 

INSECOLO COCKROACH & EARWIG CONTROL (HOME 

& GARDEN) 

WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY ROTENONE INSECT 

DUST 

ZODIAC ENDALSECT MOUSSE (FOR CATS & DOGS) 

CREEPY CRAWLY CRACK & CREVICE HORNET & 

WASP FOAM 

NO NAME FLOWER & VEGETABLE SPRAY INSECT 

KILLER 

3M ULTRATHON INSECT REPELLENT 

OUR BRAND FLEA & TICK PREMISE SPRAY 

SPRAY- PAK INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

KLEEN-UP INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

APAVAP SPRAY FARM AND DAIRY INSECT KILLER 

NASCHEM A212 INSTITUTIONAL AND GARDEN 

SPRAY 

SECTROL FLEA & TICK FOAM 

DITCHLING BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 

DOMESTIC 

WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY FLOWER AND 

VEGETABLE GARDEN SPRAY 

3M 90 DAY HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 

TEAM LIVESTOCK AEROSOL 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 1 - 

OUTDOOR FRESH SCENT 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER 1 - FRESH 



I 



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445 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


23066 


WTR 


23075 


SDZ 


23099 


JOH 


23121 


SDZ 


23123 


GZR 


23130 


JOH 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



23131 



WIL 



SXA 



JOH 



23142 


OUR 




23163 


WIL 




23164 


OUR 


WIL 


23186 


SXA 




23187 


DIS 




23216 


SPR 


LTR 


23216.01 


AIK 


LTR 


23232 


JOH 




23234 


JOH 




23255 


SPR 


LTR 


23267 


HOW 


WIL 


23285 


JOH 




23292 


WTR 


WIL 


23293 


WTR 


WIL 


23299 


SPR 


LTR 


23300 


WIL 




23321 


NUG 




23328 


JOH 




23329 


NUG 




23342 


JOH 




23360 


WBC 


GAX 


23369 


JOH 




23372 


SGO 




23389 


SPR 


LTR 


23406 


HAC 


WIL 


23407 


HAC 


WIL 


23413 


WBC 


GAX 


23431 


CBE 


SXA 


23446 


NUG 




23457 


KMA 


WIL 


23471 


WTR 


WIL 


23581 


MMN 




23623 


MMN 




23626 


AIG 




23627 


AIG 





LIGHT SCENT 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN DORMANT OIL SPRAY 

ZODIAC ENDALSECT PREMISE PLUS FLEA SPRAY 

OFF! SKINTASTIC SPRAY LOTION INSECT 

REPELLENT 

VET-KEM INTEGRAL -BUCKLE OVI COLLAR FOR 

DOGS 

ATTACK WASP AND HORNET KILLER PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER OUTDOOR 

FRESH SCENT 

RAID HOUSE & GARDEN BUG KILLER LIGHT 

SCENT 

OUR BRAND FLEA SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS 

WILSON GREEN EARTH AIM HOUSEPLANT INSECT 

SPRAY 

OUR BRAND INSECT SPRAY 

SANEX FLEA-X FLEA & TICK POWDER 

DISPAR RODENT CAKE II 

SPRAY- PAK FLYING INSECT KILLER (METERED 

SPRAY) 

AIR SPACE FLYING INSECT KILLER METERED 

PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

OFF! INSECT REPELLENT PRESSURIZED SPRAY - 

FRESH OUTDOOR SCENT 

RAID ANT, ROACH & EARWIG BUG KILLER 1 

SPRAY- PAK INSECT REPELLENT II 
GARDEN MASTER FLOWER & VEGETABLE 

INSECTICIDE 

RAID FLEA KILLER PLUS DOG SPRAY 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN TOMATO & VEGETABLE 

INSECT KILLER 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN ROSE AND FLOWER 

INSECT KILLER 

SPRAY- PAK WASP & HORNET KILLER II 

WILSON GREEN EARTH BIO-MIST INSECT KILLER 

CONCENTRATE 

C-I-L ANIMAL REPELLENT 

RAID FLEA KILLER PLUS CARPET & ROOM SPRAY 

C-I-L MOTHER EARTH INSECT DUST 

RAID ANT ROACH & EARWIG BUG KILLER 2 

PURGE III INDUSTRIAL TYPE INSECT KILLER 

RAID ANT, ROACH S, EARWIG BUG KILLER 1 

TRIGGER SPRAY 

ANT TRAP 

SPRAY- PAK CRAWLING INSECT KILLER-B 

HAGEN FLEA AND TICK POWDER FOR CATS 

HAGEN FLEA AND TICK POWDER FOR DOGS 

AEROSOL BORIC ACID 

MASTERCRAFT READY-TO-USE SPOTWEED LAWN 

WEED KILLER 

C-I-L ANT TRAPS 

K-GRO FLOWER AND VEGETABLE INSECT SPRAY 

WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN POTTED PLANT SOIL 

INSECT KILLER 

3M PET FLEA FOAM 

3M PET FLEA SPRAY 

KONK FLEA KILLER CAT & DOG FOAM 

KONK FLEA KILLER CAT & DOG SPRAY 



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446 

SCHEDULE : 4 

REGIS- 
TRATION REGIS - 
NO. TRANT AGENT PESTICIDE 



23628 AIG KONK FLEA KILLER CARPET, ROOM & KENNEL 

SPRAY 



TOTAL: 691 



120 



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447 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 4 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



800367A ND-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

800870AB FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z 2Z1 

841305C FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONT 
L4Z 2Z1 

841306C FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONT 
L4Z 2Z1 

841307C FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONT 
L4Z 2Z1 

841409C WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

850065B WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

920081A WHITE ROSE NURSERIES LTD. 
4038 #7 HIGHWAY 
UNIONVILLB, ONTARIO 
L3R 2L5 

920089C LES ENGRAIS SPRAY & GREEN 
FERTILIZERS INC. 
Ill INDUSTRIELLE 
DELSON, P.Q. 
JOL IGO 



C-I-L KERIGROW ROOTING POWDER 



PLANT START 5-15-5 PLUS ROOT 
STIMULATOR 



FOSSIL FLOWER HOUSEPLANT GROW 
& GUARD 



FOSSIL FLOWER ROSE & FLOWER 
BUG KILLER & PLANT FOOD 



FOSSIL FLOWER GARDEN BUG 
KILLER & PLANT FOLIAR FEED 



WILSON MOSS KILLER PLUS PLANT 
FOOD 



WILSON TRANSPLANTER WITH ROOTS 
5-15-5 



WHITE ROSE GUARDIAN TRANSPLANT 
FERTILIZER 5-15-5 



SPRAY & GREEN SPOT WEED & FEED 
ENGRAIS -I- HERBICIDE 



7. Schedule 5 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



121 



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O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHBDULK ; 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



3891 



8106 



8740 



PLG 



CHH 



CHH 



8779 


PLG 




9275 


CHH 




9519 


CHH 




10101 


CHH 




103S3 


FMC 


ARN 


10828 


CHH 




10868 


DUQ 




11144 


NOQ 


JAK 


12287 


CHH 




12347 


RHQ 




12434 


TMO 


UAG 


12556 


VAR 




13334 


ICI 


CHP 


13956 


UAG 




14731 


MBY 




14777 


WBB 




14952 


UAG 




15082 


PFP 




15268 


CYC 




15645 


MKC 


LTR 


16351 


DBG 


GAX 


16412 


ZNA 




17037 


CYC 




17533 


MKA 


LTR 


17892 


DUQ 




17894 


DUQ 




17995 


DUQ 




18013 


ZNA 




20533 


CYC 




21209 


ZNA 




21374 


CHH 




22087 


UAG 




22562 


UAG 




22644 


TMO 


RHQ 


22864 


ZNA 




23323 


UAG 




23337 


UAG 




23486 


NOQ 


JAK 



PLANT-FUME 103 INSECTICIDE SMOKE 

FUMI GATOR 

GUTHION SPRAY CONCENTRATE CROP 

INSECTICIDE 

DI-SYSTON LIQUID CONCENTRATE SYSTEMIC 

INSECTICIDE 

PLANT -FUMB PARATHION SMOKE FUMI GATOR 

DASANIT SPRAY CONCENTRATE INSECTICIDE 

DI-SYSTON 15V GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 

GUTHION 50V WP CROP INSECTICIDE 

FURADAN 4 80 FLOWABLB SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

FURADAN 480 FLOWABLB SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDE 

LANNATE SP INSECTICIDE 

CARZOL SP MITICIDE- INSECTICIDE SOLUBLE 

POWDER 

MONITOR 4 80 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

TEMIK lOG GRANULAR ALDICARB 

ORTHO MONITOR 480 LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

GUARDSMAN PARATHION 960 EC INSECTICIDE 

DYFONATE II 20 -G GRANULAR SOIL 

INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP PARATHION 960 EMULS I FIABLE 

CONCENTRATE 

AQUA- PARATHION 800 -E INSECTICIDE LIQUID 

BMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

PARATHION 15W INSECTICIDE WETTABLE POWDER 

PFIZER PARATHION 15W WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

PFIZBR TBRRAMYCIN TREE INJECTION FORMULA 
COUNTER 15 -G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 
A2INPH0S METHYL 50W WETTABLE POWDER 50V 

INSECTICIDE 

DEGESCH PHOSTOXIN COATED TABLETS FOR 

CONTROL OF GROUNDHOGS 

CHIPMAN APM 50W WETTABLE POWDER 

INSECTICIDE 

COUNTER 5-G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 

AZINPHOS METHYL 240 EC BMULSIFIABLE 

INSECTICIDE 

BIRLANE 25WP WBTTABLE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

BIRLANB 400BC INSECTICIDE 

VYDATB L INSECTICIDE /NBMATICIDB 

FUSILADB 250 EC HERBICIDE 

CYGARD 15G SOIL INSECTICIDE GRANULAR 

FUSILADB II 125 BC ( POSTEMBRGENCB 

HERBICIDE) 

GUTHION SOLUPAK 50V WETTABLE POWDER CROP 

INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP AZINPHOS -M 50W INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP AZINPHOS -M 240EC INSECTICIDE 

AMIGO ADJUVANT 

APM 50W INSTAPAK WP INSECTICIDE 

SNIPER 50W CLEAN PAK 

SNIPER 240B 

MITAC WP INSECTICIDE 



8. Schedule 6 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



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449 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS- 


NO. 


TRANT 


106 


WAK 


646 


RAW 


873 


BAT 


1268 


SXA 


1683 


CGC 


2039 


SXA 


2076 


VAR 


2900 


CBL 


3141 


NUG 


3189 


BAI 


3416 


ESL 


3555 


KIN 


3740 


KEM 


3918 


ZNA 


4103 


LAT 


4305 


SXA 


4627 


INT 


5140 


INT 


5293 


LAT 


5385 


RER 


5565 


OSD 


5663 


INT 


6063 


YAP 


6109 


GAX 


6325 


LAT 


6412 


STO 


6496 


NOX 


6840 


ZNA 


6957 


PEN 


7172 


SAP 


7222 


WIL 


7606 


AUL 


7652 


FSS 


7668 


ROR 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



WAL WATKINS INSECT DUST 
RAWLEIGH INSECT DUST 

BARTLETT MICROSCOPIC VŒTTABLE SULPHUR 
SANEX HIGH TEST INSECT SPRAY 
CIBA-GEIGY LIVESTOCK LOUSE POWDER 
SANEX FLEA-X INSECTICIDE SHAMPOO 
GUARDSMAN AGRICULTURAL WEEDKILLER NO.l 
CARDICIDE OIL SOLUTION SPACE & CONTACT 
INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L MOTHER EARTH ROTENONE GARDEN INSECT 
DUST (ATOX) 
SUPER MICROSOL 

ESSO WEED KILLER 350 LIQUID HERBICIDE 
KING ORGANIC BUG KILLER DUST 
DED-RAT WARFARIN RODENTICIDE BAIT 
MICROFINE SULPHUR 92 FUNGICIDE 
LATER' S ROTENONE GARDEN DUST 
SANEX RODENTKIL (KILLS RATS & MICE) 
CO-OP FARM BUILDING SPRAY 
CO-OP GARDEN INSECT DUST INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S GARDEN SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 
STOP -PEST PESTICIDES MICE & RAT DESTROYER 
PENTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 
CO-OP LOUSE POWDER INSECTICIDE 
CLEAN CROP WARBLE FLY WASH WP INSECTICIDE 
GARDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 50-7 
LATER' S DORMANT OIL SPRAY 
REPEX BRAND INSECT REPELLENT 
NOXALL FLEA NEK-TYE FOR DOGS 
CHIPMAN GRAIN PROTECTANT INSECTICIDE DUST 
PESTROY READY MIXED WARFARIN 
SANEX 10-1 FOOD PROCESSORS SPRAY 
WILSON'S WARFARIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER MEAL 
FBLCAN FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS AND 
CATS 

GREEN CROSS BUG KILLER 

ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE FABRIC PRESERVATIVE 
GREEN 

ROZ TOX WOOD ROPE & FABRIC PRESERVATIVE 
CLEAR LIQUID 

CRYSTAUX PARADICHLOROBENZENE 
ARMOUR COAT GREEN LIQUID WOOD /ROPE /FABRIC 
PRESERVATIVE 

GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
CARDEL SPECIAL STOCK & DAIRY SPRAY 
WACO MAL -THANE FOGGING OIL 
CARMILL SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 
ZNA MAGNETIC 6 FLOWABLE SULPHUR AGRICULTURAL 
FUNGICIDE 

DOUBLE-QUICK LIQUID INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
WILSON'S PROLIN RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
PELLETS 

PYRA-FOG 100 LIQUID INSECT SPRAY 
POULIN'S RAT & MOUSE POISON 
LATER' S WARFARIN MOUSE & RAT KILLER BAIT 
DOMINION DUSTING POWDER FOR VET USE ONLY 
CLEAN CROP PYRETHRIN DUST FOR MUSHROOM 
GROWERS 
C-I-L MOTHER EARTH DORMANT OIL 



7670 



ROR 



7681 


ALT 


7720 


CBE 


7857 


GAX 


7902 


CBL 


7947 


ABE 


8214 


CBL 


8243 


ZAN 


8571 


NAC 


8676 


WIL 


8685 


NAC 


8718 


POP 


8823 


LAT 


9061 


DOL 


9144 


YAP 



9179 



NUG 



123 



450 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q Rgg 19/95 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


9222 


NUG 


9230 


SAF 


9328 


LAT 


9371 


GAX 


9520 


DIT 


9542 


BAT 


9628 


ORM 


9703 


ORM 


9783 


COS 


9928 


CAT 


9947 


SAF 


10043 


CGH 


10078 


NAC 


10079 


GAX 


10120 


SAF 


10124 


LAT 


10165 


SAF 


10238 


FSS 


10301 


HMM 


10315 


SAN 


10321 


LAV 


10328 


ANI 


10375 


FAR 


10389 


DIT 


10434 


RAT. 


10443 


PLG 


10562 


BBE 


10576 


CHH 


10591 


BOY 


10645 


INT 


10709 


KIN 


10723 


CAY 


10814 


DIT 


10836 


DIT 


10844 


CAY 


10845 


CAY 


10863 


BAX 


10878 


UNR 


10881 


KEM 


10883 


DIT 


10923 


KEM 


10996 


FSS 


11035 


AVM 


11046 


DIT 


11081 


WEP 


11085 


KEM 


11090 


LAT 


11164 


INT 


11165 


SAF 


11215 


ZOD 


11223 


UAG 


11317 


GAX 



SCHEDULE : 



AGENT PESTICIDE 



EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

C-I-L RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

SANEX PYRONIDE 5 INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S INDOOR PLANT INSECT KILLER SPRAY 

GARDEX PYRETHRIN SPRAY 5-25 

DIAZINON 2-D DUST INSECTICIDE 

BARTLETT SUPERIOR 70 OIL EMULSIFIABLE 

INSECTICIDE 

CCN ORMOND KENNEL SPRAY 
ORMOND FLEA SHAMPOO 

COPELAND INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 
KLUNK AEROSOL INSECT KILLER 
SANEX DYNA-FOG M-L LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
DRI-KILL DUST 

SQUAD PRESSURIZED SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
GARDEX RODENT BAIT BLOCKS 
SANEX PYRONIDE 33 GRANULES INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S LOUSE POWDER ORGANIC INSECTICIDE 
SANEX 1% DIAZINON INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 
GREEN CROSS HORNET & WASP BLASTER 

HMF BIOBOR JF FX^L FUNGICIDE 

SANFAX SUPER FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID GREEN 

545-277 

HALT DOG REPELLENT 

GIS FARNAM WIPE LIQUID WIPE-ON FLY REPELLENT 
PYRATEX 10 IE MILL SPRAY CONCENTRATE 
PURINA RUB -ON EMULSION HORSE INSECTICIDE 
PLANT PRODUCTS DORMANT OIL SPRAY 
EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDE 
RATICIDE BEXCO RODENTICIDE 
BAYGON 1% RESIDUAL SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
BLACK FLAG RESIDUAL BUG KILLER 
CO-OP BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE DUST 
KING BUG KILLER DUST 

ZEP FORMULA 60 SPACE & CONTACT INSECT 
SPRAY 

PYRATEX 525 SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 
PYRATEX TOP TEST INSECT SPRAY 
ZEP 10 -X RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
ZEPOSECTOR DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE 
FLEATOL INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO 
HRC LIQUID SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 
DED-RAT DIPHACINONE RODENTICIDE BAIT 
SULFARIN PELLETS RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
RIDDEX P-100 MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE 
GREEN CROSS DORMANT OIL SPRAY 
MAGNA II SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 
SPRAY 

DIAZINON 1 INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 
WEST FOG LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX B-1 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S SEVIN GARDEN DUST 
CO-OP WARFARIN RAT KILLER RODENTICIDE 
PELLETS 

SANEX SANIMATIC FLY KILLER 
VET -KEM KEMIC PET SPRAY 

CLEAN CROP 4% MALATHION DUST INSECTICIDE 
GARDEX RATKILL 



124 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



4SI 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN1 


11328 


BEN 




11332 


DIS 




11345 


CBE 




11352 


WEP 




11492 


KEM 




11565 


GAX 




11580 


RHQ 




11593 


NAC 




11609 


INT 




11631 


LAT 




11633 


LAT 




11670 


HOK 


UAG 


11769 


UAG 




11777 


BIE 




11824 


CHM 


SAF 


11825 


CHM 


SAP 


11904 


ZNA 




12017 


BLL 


MAE 


12018 


CHM 


SAF 


12021 


CHM 


SAF 


12037 


ORM 




12135 


WIL 




12143 


CHD 


SIE 


12225 


PLG 




12241 


KEK 




12242 


KEK 





PESTICIDE 



12294 



WAL 



12314 


AMW 


AMZ 


12327 


HOH 




12345 


PEI 


ROU 


12375 


OSD 




12406 


SAF 




12799 


APA 




12984 


UAG 




13059 


UNR 




13074 


LAT 




13106 


TAP 


DLT 


13107 


TAF 


DLT 


13167 


UCB 




13359 


HOK 


UAG 


13360 


UAG 




13438 


FAR 


GIS 


13554 


FAR 


GIS 


13693 


WIL 




13726 


DTC 




13729 


CHM 


SAF 


13774 


POP 




13793 


KEM 





MOORWOOD WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 456-40 
DISPARAT (PELLETS) RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
MASTERCRAFT LIQUID WOOD/ROPE/FABRIC 
PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 
PYROSECT LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX 5/25 ULV INSECTICIDE 
GARDEX 1% BAYGON RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
ETHREL LIQUID PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 
KILZONE PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 
SPRAY 

CO-OP WARFARIN RAT KILLER RODENTICIDE 
MEAL 

LATER' S ANT ROACH & SPIDER KILLER SPRAY 
LATER' S HORNET & WASP BOMB SPRAY 
RAMIK BROWN RODENTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP XA OIL CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE 
ADJUVANT 

BIKOE'S DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE 
ROZOL RAT & MOUSE KILLER THROW PACK 
ROZOL FIELD RODENT BAIT 
ACTIVOL CONTAINS GIBBERELLIC ACID 
DITRAC ALL-WEATHER CAKE (KILLS RATS & 
MICE) - DOMESTIC 

ROZOL RAT & MOUSE KILLER THROW PACKS 
ROZOL RAT & MOUSE KILLER RODENTICIDE 
HEXAMITE FOR TREATMENT OF EAR MITES 
WILSON'S SEVIN GARDEN DUST INSECTICIDE 
CHAPMAN PQ-8 LIQUID FUNGICIDE 
A- REST GROWTH REGULATOR 
KEM KILL-B RESIDUAL SOLUTION SPRAY 
QUIKCIDE CONCENTRATE SPACE & CONTACT 
INSECTICIDE 

WATKINS QUALITY INSECT SPRAY FOR USE ON 
DAIRY CATTLE 
AMWAY SPRAY ADJUVANT 

HOME BRAND WARFARIN BAIT PACKS - PELLETS 
SBP-1382 BIOALLETHRIN INSECTICIDE 
PENTOX COP -R- NAP GREEN WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
SANEX R-BAR ROZOL PARAFFINIZED BAIT BARS 
ARARAT RAT & MOUSE POISON BAIT 
CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN MEAL RAT & MOUSE 
CONTROL 

MAINTAIN CF 125 EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 
LATER' S PYRETHRIN DUST INSECTICIDE FOR 
HOME & GARDEN 
TREE TANGLEFOOT PASTE 
TREE TANGLEFOOT PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
AMID -THIN W PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR 
RAMIK GREEN KILLS RATS & MICE 
CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN LIQUID RAT & MOUSE 
CONTROL 

ROLL-ON FLY REPELLENT INSECTICIDE 
FARNAM FLYS-AWAY REPELLENT BOMB II 
WILSON ORGANIC ROTENONE INSECT DUST 
CERTIFIED MOTH BALLS/DEE -TEE MOTH FLAKES 
(NAPHTHALENE) 

ROZOL PARAFFINIZED PELLETS 
POULINS LIQUID INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 



125 



452 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGENT 


13868 


KEM 




13884 


DIS 




13905 


BT.T, 


MAE 


13906 


ATC 




13911 


PEN 




13913 


BLL 


MAE 


13930 


NUG 




13934 


CHH 




13949 


KEM 




13981 


SAT 


SAJ 


14058 


WIL 




14119 


GHC 




14121 


GHC 




14203 


SAL 




14207 


WHM 


BAB 


14211 


LAT 




14254 


KEM 




14265 


KEM 




14268 


ZOD 




14273 


CHM 


SAF 


14285 


HAC 




14303 


ZNA 




14355 


KEM 




14374 


SXA 




14379 


POP 




14399 


POP 




14431 


FFA 


SIK 


14493 


SWH 




14507 


KEM 




14508 


KEM 




14509 


KEM 




14538 


KEM 




14541 


KEM 




14569 


BIE 




14570 


BIB 




14599 


CGC 




14625 


QUA 




14633 


FFA 


FFC 


14635 


FFA 


SIK 


14653 


UAG 




14665 


KEM 




14669 


SFR 




14670 


ABE 




14693 


WIL 




14701 


DUQ 




14713 


WBB 




14751 


WBE 




14759 


NCR 




14782 


WBE 




14786 


NCR 





PESTICIDE 



SHOO BIRD REPELLENT PASTE 

DISVAP BUG KILLER DUST INSECTICIDE 

ERAZE RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

ATPLUS 41 IF 

PESTROY LIQUID RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

RODENT CAKE 

C-I-L KERIGARD HOUSEPLANT SOIL 

INSECTICIDE 

BAYGON INSECTICIDE READY TO USE IN 

THERMAL FOGGERS 

RIDDEX BAYFOG FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

SANITIZED BRAND BACTERIOSTAT TG LIQUID 

WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT 

WOODSOL GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

WOODSOL CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 

BAR BAIT RAT & MOUSE KILLER 

WHITMIRE FLYS-OFF DAIRY AEROSOL 

INSECTICIDE 

LATER' S 4% MALATHION DUST INSECTICIDE 

KS Dl DIAZINON HOUSEHOLD RESIDUAL 

INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MALATHION 3* RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE 

STARBAR LOUSE POWDER INSECTICIDE 

ROZOL CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 

HAGEN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

KEMSAN RODENTICIDE PELLETS WITH 

CHLOROPHACINONE 

SANEX MOSQUITO BLACKFLY FOG INSECTICIDE 

POULIN'S RODENT DOOM (READY TO USE BAIT) 

POULINS C PLUS C INSECTICIDE 

DRIONB INSECTICIDE POWDER 

SWISH 9601 INSECT KILLER INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX MILL & BAKERY INSECTICIDE 

RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE 

FARM & RANCH BRAND BARN & LIVESTOCK 

INSECTICIDE 

BIKOE 1% DIAZINON SOLUTION 

BIKOE XKD RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 

EASEOUT POTATO SEED PIECE TREATMENT 

MAGNA SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

PYRENONE READY -TO -USE LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

PYRENONE COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

CLEAN CROP MICROSCOPIC SULPHUR WETTABLE 

POWDER FUNGICIDE 

KSC5 BAIT REPELLENTS RODENTICIDE 

SAFER' S NATURAL INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 

WACO CHLORPYRIFOS CRACK & CREVICE 

INJECTION TREATMENT 

WILSON'S PRUNING PASTE 

FUNGINEX 190EC SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDE 

MICRO- NIASUL W FUNGICIDE SULPHUR WETTABLE 

POWDER 

SUPERIOR OIL 70 EMULSIFIABLE LIQUID 

NIAGARA HY-X LIQUID DISINFECTANT 

MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTANT POWDER 

NIAGARA TREE DRESSING ASPHALT EMULSION 



126 



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453 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



14809 
14826 

14832 
14860 

14868 

14873 
14877 
14894 
14909 
14948 

14950 
14981 

15011 
15038 

15077 

15078 
15079 
15140 
15162 

15180 
15181 
15182 
15211 
15212 
15232 

15255 
15284 
15285 

15286 
15287 
15288 

15289 



WBE 
CHH 

GAX 
INT 

WBE 

KEM 
SAP 
YAP 
SAP 
RER 

NUG 
UAG 

SXA 
INT 

JOH 



JOH 




F FA 


FFC 


F FA 


FFC 


FFA 


SIK 


RSL 


ROU 


FFA 


FFC 


PLG 




PLG 




JOH 




FFA 


SIK 


SAF 




SAF 




CHM 


AGT 


CHM 


KEM 


SAF 





SAF 



15295 


MGE 


15299 


JOH 


15300 


SAF 


15329 


SXA 


15330 


KEM 


15338 


ABE 


15431 


SAF 


15442 


BAT 


15443 


WBE 


15444 


UAG 


15469 


SAF 


15474 


SAF 



PCO 



NIAGARA DIPHACINONE RAT BAIT 

BAYGON READY TO USE IN THERMAL FOGGERS 

INSECTICIDE 

GARDEX 1% PROPOXUR INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP DORMANT OIL SPRAY EMULSIFIABLE 

INSECTICIDE 

NIAGARA MALATHION 4 PYRENONE 

INSECTICIDE - DUST 

Bl HOME & APARTMENT INSECTICIDE 

SANEX BUG-X RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 

CLEAN CROP MUSHROOM FLY DUST 

SANEX ROZOL PARAFFINIZED PELLETS 

STOP -PEST LIQUID XLR BAYGON INSECT 

DESTROYER 

C-I-L PRUNING PAINT 

CLEAN CROP SUPERIOR 70 OIL E.C. 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX M300 RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

CO-OP TREE WOUND DRESSING ASPHALT 

EMULSION 

BOLT AIRBORNE LIQUID FOR FLYING & 

CRAWLING INSECTS 

BOLT RESIDUAL LIQUID FOR CRAWLING INSECTS 

BOLT RODENTICIDE FOR RATS & MICE 

PYRENONE FOOD PLANT FOGGING INSECTICIDE 

MULTI-PURPOSE PYRENONE COMMERCIAL 

INSECTICIDE 

PYRENONE AQUEOUS GARDEN SPRAY 

PYRENONE AQUEOUS PLANT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

ROACH & ANT RESIDUAL SPRAY AQUEOUS 

PULSFOG PFE FOGGING SOLUTION 

PULSFOG PFW FOGGING SOLUTION 

BOLT COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

DRIONE INSECTICIDE POWDER 

SANEX MOUSE KILLER BAIT PELLETS 

SANEX DIPHA-PELL WEATHER RESISTANT 

RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

MAKI BULK RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 

MAKI SPECIAL RAT MEAL BAIT 

SANEX PRO- 5 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PRO -3 PLUS ULV CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

ULD P3610 LIQUID AIRBORNE SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 

BOLT RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED 

SPRAY 

SANEX RESMEN-5-ULV CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX DIAZINON 2% DUST 

RIDDEX 110 ULV INSECTICIDE 

WACO BIRD REPELLANT 

SANEX MOUSE KILLER WHEAT FORMULA 

BARTLETT SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

NIAGARA SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

CLEAN CROP SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE 

SANEX PYRONIDE 5 PLUS INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PYRONIDE 33 PLUS SOLUTION 



127 



454 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L' ONTARIO q. Reg. 1 9/96 



SCHEDULE : 6 

REGIS- 
TRATION REGIS - 
NO. TRANT AGENT PESTICIDE 



INSECTICIDE 

15476 SAF SANEX HIGH TEST PLUS INSECT SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 
NU-TOMATOTONE LIQUID 
PUROGUARD BARN INSECTICIDE DUST 
PUROGUARD HOUSE & GARDEN INSECTICIDE DUST 
GARDEX D- TRANS ALLETHRIN EC 1-10 
RIDDEX INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX HEAVY DUTY INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 
RIDDEX FOOD PLANT INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S TREE PRUNING PAINT SPRAY 
SANEX ROACH & BUG KILLER INSECTICIDE 
SANEX PRO PLUS INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL 
INSECTICIDE 

KS C7 LIQUID LIGHTNING RODENTICIDE 
BOLT ROACH BAIT COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 
DIAZINON 2% INSECTICIDE DUST 
KEMSAN RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT WITH 
BROMADIOLONE 

SANEX BROMONE RAT & MOUSE MEAL BAIT 
DISVAP SPRAY INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED 
SPRAY 

GREEN CROSS FUNGINEX 6.5 SYSTEMIC 
FUNGICIDE LIQUID 

MULCO LIQUID WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN 
SANEX BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
RODENTICIDE PELLETS 
KEMSAN BAITPAKS WITH BROMADIOLONE 
RECOCHEM CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
PAINTABLE 

KEMSAN BAITPAKS WITH CHLOROPHACINONE 
KEMSAN RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT WITH 
CHLOROPHACINONE 
MCA TANGLEFOOT BIRD REPELLENT 

INLAND -ALCARE END BUG INSECTICIDE 
LATER' S SUMMER OIL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 
CO-OP AERO -TACK AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 
DURSBAN READY -TO -USE HOUSEHOLD 
INSECTICIDE 

15888 DWE DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN INSECTICIDE 

GRANULES 

DURSBAN HOME & GARDEN INSECTICIDE DUST 
CLEAN CROP MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTOR DUST 
ELS WHITMIRE INDUSTRIAL AEROSOL INSECTICIDE 
III 

STARBAR MILK ROOM & CATTLE SPRAY 
WILSON'S SUPER RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
LATER' S GROW 'N' CARE TROPICAL SOIL 
INSECTICIDE DUST 

15967 DIS DISVAP III BARN & LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

SOLUTION 

15982 SGO GREEN CROSS LIME SULPHUR LIQUID 

INSECTICIDE - FUNGICIDE 
ORBIT'S SPLAT + INSECTICIDE 
SUREKILLER RESIDUAL INSECT SPRAY 
LATER' S ROOT-GUARD SOIL INSECT KILLER 
LATER' S BUGBAN-C ANT KILLER DUST 
LATER' S DURSBAN READY -TO -USE HOUSEHOLD 
INSECTICIDE 



15481 


RHQ 


15486 


PUG 


15488 


PUG 


15496 


GAX 


15518 


KEM 


15519 


KEM 


15520 


KEM 


15545 


LAT 


15549 


SAF 


15556 


SXA 


15591 


KEM 


15642 


JOH 


15673 


KEM 


15676 


KEM 


15678 


SAF 


15726 


DIS 


15727 


CGC 


15769 


MUB 


15788 


SAF 


15795 


KEM 


15800 


REC 


15823 


KEM 


15824 


KEM 


15825 


TAF 


15833 


ILD 


15853 


LAT 


15858 


INT 


15886 


DWE 



15889 


DWE 


15896 


UAG 


15922 


WHM 


15948 


ZOD 


15958 


WIL 


15966 


LAT 



16067 


ORB 


16152 


JOL 


16158 


LAT 


16159 


LAT 


16161 


LAT 



128 



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SCHEDULE : 6 

REGIS- 
TRATION REGIS - 
NO. TRANT AGENT PESTICIDE 



16211 YAP CLEAN CROP EMULSIFIABLE DORMANT SPRAY OIL 

16250 GAX GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE HOME PEST 

CONTROL KIT (PROF. QUALITY) 
16261 BDC BRENTDALE PRESSURIZED WASP & HORNET 

INSECTICIDE 
16266 BDC BRENTDALE RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

16268 BDC BRENTDALE PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 

16268.04 RTI DUAL SYNERGIST INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

16272 SAP SANEX MR- 10 MUSHROOM HOUSE INSECTICIDE 

SOLUTION 
16288 UAG CLEAN CROP COPPERTOX WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

(GREEN) 

SANEX ROZOL CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 
A- REST SOLUTION CONTAINING ANCYMIDOL 
STOP -PEST PESTICIDES RODENT DESTROYER 
DWC SCOTTS PROTURF GRANULAR SYSTEMIC 
FUNGICIDE 

WILBUR-ELLIS FLOWABLE SULPHUR FUNGICIDE 
ZEPOSECTOR A SPRAY INSECTICIDE 
CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
RODENTICIDE PELLETS 
CO-OP BROMONE RAT & MOUSE KILLER 
RODENTICIDE MEAL 

SECTROL #1490 INSECTICIDE CONCENTRATE 
SANEX MR II MUSHROOM FLY INSECTICIDE DUST 
SANEX ROZOL PARA BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 
WILSON'S MOUSE TREAT BROMONE 
GARDEX SEWER- RAT BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 
CO-OP CUTWORM KILLER GRANULAR INSECTICIDE 
CO-OP ANT & GRUB KILLER GRANULAR 
INSECTICIDE 
16812 GAX GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

7-30 
16814 GAX GARDEX D-TRANS INDUSTRIAL INSECTICIDE 

2-5/25 

KSD5 BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 
KEMSAN BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 
SANEX BROMONE CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 
HINDER DEER & RABBIT REPELLENT 
SANEX MOSQUITO FOG INSECTICIDE 
DURO-TEC WOOD PRESERVATIVE LIQUID BROWN 
545-275 

NUODEX COPPER 2% FUNGICIDE 
NUODEX ZINC 2% FUNGICIDE 

SAFER' S DE -MOSS STRUCTURAL MOSS & ALGAE 
KILLER 

CANPLUS 411 SPRAY TANK ADJUVANT 
ZODIAC FLEA & TICK POWDER 
MOSQUITO FOGGING INSECTICIDE 
PENTOX ZIN-K-NAP WOOD PRESERVATIVE CLEAR 
IPCO MALATHION 2% GRAIN PROTECTANT DUST 
PUROGUARD BARN & LIVESTOCK LIQUID 
INSECTICIDE 

DISVAP INSECTICIDE PRESSURIZED SPRAY 
GREEN CROSS BANISECT DOMESTIC INSECTICIDE 
DUST 

HUNTER INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & 
Cy^TS 
EMUL-PLUS PYRETHRINE INSECTICIDE 



16312 


SAF 


16393 


DWE 


16599 


RER 


16660 


SCT 


16674 


WBE 


16685 


CAY 


16699.01 


INT 


16700.01 


INT 


16704 


MMN 


16706 


SAF 


16738 


SAF 


16741 


WIL 


16776 


GAX 


16791 


INT 


16792 


INT 



16865 


KEM 


16866 


KEM 


16890 


SAF 


16926 


UNR 


16934 


SAP 


16944 


LAV 


16985 


NUX 


16986 


NUX 


17102 


SFR 


17111 


ATC 


17189 


SDZ 


17201 


KEM 


17204 


OSD 


17222 


INT 


17244 


PUG 


17250 


DIS 


17260 


FSS 


17292 


AHB 


17309 


PLU 



129 



456 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



17311 
17314 
17359 
17379 
17424 
17463 
17534 
17581 
17591 
17592 
17593 
17597 

17598 

17625 
17629 
17661 
17662 
17667 

17692 

17693 

17710 

17750 



PLU 
PLU 
SAF 
WIL 
WIL 
SAF 
SXA 
GRX 
AIG 
AIG 
AIG 
EAT 

EAT 

REC 
AIG 
LEG 
LEG 
lAI 

BEN 

BEN 

KEM 

SNI 



CCN 
CCN 

MYS 

PLU 



RIE 



17772 


MMN 




17912 


WHM 


GAX 


17955 


lAI 


RIE 


18009 


SAF 




18020 


SAF 




18024 


PLU 




18094 


GPB 




18104 


BEN 




18122 


lAI 


RIE 


18159 


SXA 




18164 


EMO 




18187 


APA 




18190 


INN 




18196 


SXA 




18201 


GAX 




18202 


PUG 




18204 


KEK 




18205 


KEK 




18217 


EMO 




18237 


KEM 




18239 


WBC 


GAX 


18325 


SXA 




18331 


SWC 




18338 


PLU 




18348 


GAX 




18357 


SAF 




18358 


EMO 




18359 


KEK 





EMUL-PLUS INSECTICIDE 

POUDRE -D- PLUS INSECTICIDE 

SANEX BROMONE DURA- BLOCK 

WILSON'S SEVIN BUG KILLER DUST 

WILSON TOMATO & VEGETABLE DUST 

SANEX MALATHION GRAIN PROTECTOR DUST 

SEVIN 5-D INSECTICIDE DUST 

MALATHION PYRETHRIN FLY DUST INSECTICIDE 

K.O. FLYING INSECT KILLER 

KONK (B.V.T.) FLYING INSECT KILLER 

KONK TOO FLYING INSECT KILLER 

BAKER'S ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS 

RODENTICIDE 

BAKER'S ALL WEATHER BAIT BLOCKS 

RODENTICIDE 

ONCE OVER WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 

KONK (C.S.A.) FLYING INSECT KILLER 

REZ BROWN END CUT PRESERVATIVE 

REZ GREEN END CUT PRESERVATIVE 

DEER-AWAY BIG GAME REPELLENT CONCENTRATE 

2103 

MOORWOOD PENETRATING CLEAR WOOD FINISH & 

PRESERVATIVE 88-00 

MOORWOOD SEMI-TRANSPARENT STAIN & WOOD 

PRESERVATIVE (ALL COLOURS) 

KEMMIST METERED PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

INSECTICIDE 

TRUEGRIT PELL -PAC PELLETED RAT & MOUSE 

BAIT 

SECTROL #1494 PREMISES FLEA SPRAY 

WHITMIRE PT 565 PYRETHRUM INSECTICIDE 

DEER-AWAY BIG GAME REPELLENT CONCENTRATE 

2103 

SANEX ROZOL PARA- BLOCK RODENTICIDE 

SANEX BROMONE DURA- BLOCK RODENTICIDE 

AERO- PLUS INSECTICIDE 

RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

MOORWOOD SEMI-TRANSPARENT BLENDING BASE 

STAIN & WOOD PRESERVATIVE 

DEER-AWAY BIG GAME REPELLENT POWDER BGR-P 

SANEX VET TEK B-R-S BACKRUBBER SOLUTION 

EMPIRE RE-ZIST RESIDUAL SOLUTION SPRAY 

SEVIN POULTRY INSECT DUST 

INSECTO PYRETHRINE COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PRO LIVESTOCK SPRAY 

GARDEX BUGKILL PRESSURIZED SPRAY 

SHOK BARN & LIVESTOCK LIQUID INSECTICIDE 

E-RAT-ICATE MULTIPLE DOSE RODENTICIDE 

E-Z-BAIT SINGLE DOSE RODENTICIDE 

EMPIRE RAT NIX RODENTICIDE 

MAKI RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

PURGE CONCENTRATED INSECT KILLER 

SANEX MAGIC MIST INSECTICIDE PY9 

SPRAYCO PREMIUM MINERAL OIL 

EMUL-PLUS NO. 2 INSECTICIDE 

GUARD MIST PYRETHRINS INSECTICIDE 

SANEX BUG BUSTER INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

EMPIRE QUIK-KILL WASP & HORNET SPRAY 

INSTA-KILL WASP & HORNET JET SPRAY 



130 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



457 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 




TRATION 


REGIS 


NO. 


TRANT 


18360 


NUG 


18385 


EMO 


18386 


DIV 


18388 


INT 


18393 


KEM 


18407 


TOM 


18416 


SFR 


18420 


APA 


18473 


UAG 


18488 


WHM 


18558 


DAL 


18559 


DAL 


18563 


JAN 


18574 


INT 


18583 


KEK 


18584 


KEK 


18585 


KEK 


18586 


KEK 


18587 


EMO 


18588 


EMO 


18589 


EMO 


18590 


EMO 


18597 


BBM 


18650 


INT 


18675 


YAP 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



18689 



PSI 



GAX 



FID 



GPB 



18691 


KEM 




18698 


EIC 


FMN 


18724 


KEM 


CCN 


18749 


KEM 




18835 


KEM 




18836 


BAZ 




18892 


FSS 




18893 


BLL 


MAE 


18943 


SUA 


CWN 


18947 


INT 




18968 


BBM 


FID 


18991 


BDC 




18994 


CEE 


ROR 


19033 


BIC 


MYS 


19057 


DIS 




19063 


WHM 


GAX 


19101 


KEM 




19115 


GAX 




19166 


CMF 




19178 


LPH 


AGT 


19190 


BAZ 




19215 


CMF 





19230 



CMF 



C-I-L RAPID BUG KILLER SEVIN 

EMPIRE BUTO-PIP CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

DIVERSIDE-K INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

CO-OP HOME PEST CONTROL SPRAY 

KS PYRETHRUM 101 B.C. INSECTICIDE 

TOMLYN FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO LIQUID 

CONCENTRATE 

SAFER' S DE -MOSS FOR LAWNS CONCENTRATE 

APAMIST FLYING INSECT KILLER 

CLEAN CROP CORN OIL (LIQUID ADJUVANT) 

WHITMIRE PT 240 PERMA-DUST 

D & L FLY KILL CONCENTRATE 

D & L FLY KILL SPRAY OR WIPE FOR HORSES 

DIRYL INSECTICIDAL POWDER 

CO-OP DAIRY GUARD INSECTICIDE/REPELLENT 

BODY GARD SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

HORSE -SHOO SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

EVACUATE SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

BARNSTORM SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

EMPIRE BANISH SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

EMPIRE SWAT SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

EMPIRE HOG -WASH SPACE & CONTACT 

INSECTICIDE 

EMPIRE EVICT SPACE & CONTACT INSECTICIDE 

RO-PEL (DOMESTIC) 

CO-OP BUG KILLER II INSECTICIDE DUST 

CLEAN CROP 5% SEVIN DUST CARBARYL 

INSECTICIDE 

GP CHEMICAL SPECIALTY "ZAP" INSTITUTIONAL 

& GARDEN SPRAY 

KS FLEA SHAMPOO 

INSECTAWAY MULTI-PURPOSE INSECTICIDE II 

KEMSAN 511 PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

RATOXIN BAITPAKS 

1233 U.L.V. INSECTICIDE 

BASF KUMULUS DF FUNGICIDE 

GREEN CROSS CREEPY CRAWLY PROFESSIONAL 

HOME PEST CONTROL KIT 

QUINTOX RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

OSTER FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS 

CO-OP PREMIUM 3 -WAY SPOT WEED KILLER 

LIQUID 

RO-PEL (COMMERCIAL) 

BRENTDALE INSECT SPACE & CONTACT SPRAY 

ARMOR COAT CLEAR PENETRATING WOOD 

PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 

4 THE BIRDS TRANSPARENT BIRD REPELLENT 

DISPAR-MIST II INSECTICIDE (METERED 

SPRAY) 

WHITMIRE PT 270 DURSBAN INSECTICIDE 

DIAZINON COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

GARDEX DIA ONE INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER FOR 

FOOD PROCESSING PLANT 

BROMADIOLONE PLACE PACKS (PELLETS) 

BASF AMMONIUM SULPHATE 

INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER FOR USE 

IN BARNS 

INSECTIGONE INSECT CONTROL POWDER FOR USE 



131 



458 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



19231 



19232 



ROK 



ROK 



19244 


VTR 


CCN 


19244.01 


INT 




19261 


VTR 




19269 


HOS 




19269.01 


HOW 




19270 


HOS 




19270.01 


HOW 




19271 


HOS 




19271.01 


HOW 




19272 


BAZ 




19281 


KEM 




19282 


KEM 




19286 


KEM 




19313 


DEP 




19321 


ROR 




19373 


BEN 




19374 


KEM 




19383 


NAC 




19383.01 


MIK 




19386 


20D 




19440 


REC 




19454 


BDN 


HOD 


19537 


KEM 




19545 


TIS 




19546 


TIS 




19547 


TIS 




19548 


TIS 




19549 


TIS 


KOZ 


19557 


KEM 


CCN 


19558 


KEM 


CCN 


19559 


KEM 


CCN 


19560 


KEM 


CCN 


19561 


KEM 


CCN 


19614 


PLU 




19653 


MMN 




19654 


MMN 




19679 


KEM 




19684 


SXA 




19685 


GAX 




19692 


SFR 




19694 


DWE 




19709 


GRG 




19732 


BLL 


MAE 


19756 


MGK 


WIC 


19781 


WHM 


GAX 


19829 


SFR 




19838 


MOM 


MAE 



IN FLOUR MILLS 

TIMBER- LIFE ZINC NAPHTHENATE WOOD 

PRESERVER CLEAR 

TIMBER- LIFE COPPER NAPHTHENATE WOOD 

PRESERVER GREEN 

CYCLE BREAKER II INSECTICIDE SPRAY 

CO-OP SUPER MIST PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

SPRAY 

CYCLE BREAKER 6 AEROSOL FUMIGATOR 

SOLIGNUM GREEN PREZERV 

HOWDEN GREEN PRESERVATIVE 

SOLIGNUM CLEAR PREZERV 

HOWDEN CLEAR PRESERVATIVE 

SOLIGNUM PREZERV PLUS 

HOWDEN END -CUT PRESERVATIVE 

BASF LIQUID AMMONIUM SULPHATE 

KEMSAN MAKI BAIT BLOCK RODENTICIDE 

KEMSAN RODENTICIDE PELLETS WITH 

BROMADIOLONE 

KEMSAN SEWER BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 

DENALT WOOD PRESERVATIVE GREEN #384 

ROZ-TOX CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE & SEALER 

MOORWOOD CLEAR WOOD PRESERVATIVE 456-01 

KS C5 HOME & APARTMENT RESIDUAL 

INSECTICIDE 

CHEMSEARCH SEARCH -OUT 

LAST STAND COCKROACH KILLER 

STARBAR QWIK-KILL FOGGING SOLUTION 

(R.T.U.) 

RECOCHEM END CUT PRESERVATIVE GREEN 

POKON PLANT SPRAY INSECTICIDE 

MAKI CANARY SEED MOUSE BAIT 

ENDCOAT WOOD PRESERVATIVE - BROWN 

GREATWOOD END CUT WOOD PRESERVER 

ENDCOAT WOOD PRESERVATIVE - GREEN 

SUNWOOD END CUT PRESERVATIVE 

ALL WEATHER WOOD END CUT PRESERVATIVE 

KO 14 FLYING INSECT -KILLER 

AIRGUARD KONK 418 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

AIRGUARD KONK 4 08 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

AIRGUARD KONK PRO INSECT KILLER 

KONK TOO FARM & LIVESTOCK INSECT KILLER 

EMUL PLUS PYRETHRINE EAU INSECTICIDE 

SECTROL #1497 TWO WAY PET SPRAY 

SECTROL #1498 TWO-WAY FLEA & TICK FOAM 

KS PYRETHRUM COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

SANEX VET-TEK LOUSE POWDER 

GUARD MIST 1 PYRETHRINS INSECTICIDE 

SAFER' S FLOWABLE SULPHUR 

DURSBAN WB 05 INSECTICIDE 

GREER'S "QUICK KILL" INSTITUTIONAL & 

GARDEN SPRAY 

QUINTOX MOUSE SEED 

EVERCIDE CRAWLING INSECT SPRAY F -2416 

WHITMIRE PT 3-6-10 AERO-CIDE PYRETHRUM 

INSECTICIDE 

SAFER' S TOMATO & VEGETABLE INSECTICIDE 

RTU 

PIVAL PARAKAKES RAT & MOUSE BAIT 



132 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



459 



SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


19854 


KEM 


CCN 


19879 


ZOD 




19940 


PFF 




20003 


ND6 


CCN 


20067 


LAT 




20191 


ZOD 




20239 


LPH 


ACT 


20240 


CHH 


AGT 


20253 


NIL 


AGT 



PESTICIDE 



20256 



20745 



20758 



NIL 



AGT 



20257 


NIL 


AGT 


20258 


CHM 


AGT 


20259 


CHM 


AGT 


20298 


SAF 




20424 


DIS 




20424.01 


MTV 




20442 


DIS 




20459 


KEM 




20493 


SWC 




20540 


KEM 


CCN 


20542 


KEM 


CCN 


20545 


KEM 




20547 


KEM 


CCN 


205G5 


SFR 




20691 


MMN 




20720 


SFR 




20744 


AAG 





AAG 



KEM 



20761 


NIL 


AGT 


20762 


NIL 


AGT 


20770 


INN 




20772 


PLO 


CCN 


20777 


KEM 




20792 


WIL 




20793 


SFR 




20812 


SFR 




20819 


ZOD 




20820 


ZOD 




20821 


SDZ 




20865 


MOX 




20830 


SXA 




20887 


KEM 




20888 


KEM 




20900 


MGK 


WIC 



KO 15 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

STARBAR EQUINE INSECTICIDAL SHAMPOO FOR 

HORSES 

PFIZER SEVIN 5 DUST INSECTICIDE 

C-I-L WASP & HORNET KILLER 

LATER' S HOME PEST INSECT CONTROL 

STARBAR EQUINE LICE DUSTER 

GROUND FORCE PARAFFINIZED PELLETS 

MAKI RODENTICIDE PARAFFIN BLOCK 

GROUND FORCE RAT & MOUSE KILLER THROW 

PACKS RODENTICIDE 

BOOT HILL PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE MEAL 

BAIT 

BOOT HILL PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

MAKI BULK RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

MAKI PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 

SANEX DORMANT OIL EC INSECTICIDE 

DISVAP IV BARN & LIVESTOCK INSECTICIDE 

MULTIVAP IV INSECTICIDE 

DISPAR PLUS FLEA SHAMPOO FOR DOGS AND 

CATS 

KEMSAN B-20 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL 

INSECTICIDE 

SPRAYCO OIL CONCENTRATE 

KO- 15 FLYING INSECT KILLER 9 75 

KO- 14 FLYING INSECT KILLER 975 

AIRGUARD KONK 408 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

975 

AIRGUARD KONK 409 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

SAFER' S TROUNCE HOUSEPLANT INSECTICIDE 

(NATURAL) 

DURATROL 3M NO. 14 88 HOUSEHOLD FLEA SPRAY 
SAFER'S FLEA & TICK SPRAY (R.T.U.) 
BUGCON DYNAMO PLUS CONCENTRATE 

INSECTICIDE 

BUGCON SUPER SPACE & CONTACT RESIDUAL 

INSECTICIDE SOUJTION 

AIRGUARD KONK FLY FOG FLYING INSECT 

KILLER 

BOOT HILL PLACE PACKS RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

BOOTHILL RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

INSECTO D -TRANS COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

INSECTO INSECTICIDE (PRESSURIZED) 

KEMSAN 511 PRESSURIZED INSECTICIDE 

(FORMULATION D) 

WILSON GRANULAR ANT & GRUB KILLER 

SAFER'S ROSE & FLOWER INSECTICIDE 

(NATURAL) 

SAFER'S NATURAL GARDEN FUNGICIDE 

STARBAR STOCK SPRAY WITH REPELLENT 

STARBAR EQUINE STABLE SPRAY WITH 

REPELLENT R.T.U. 

STARBAR WIPE -ON FOR HORSES WITH REPELLENT 

IPCO ROUNDUP LIQUID HERBICIDE 

SANEX MAGIC MIST DS INSECTICIDE 

WARFARIN BAITPAKS PELLETS 

WARFARIN BAITPAKS MEAL BAIT 

PYROCIDE BOOSTER CONCENTRATE H 

EMULSI FIABLE 



133 



460 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O. Reg. 19/96 



SCHEDULE ; 



REGIS- 
TRATION 
NO. 



REGIS- 
TRANT 



AGENT 



PESTICIDE 



20903 



20904 



EAT 
EAT 



MYS 

MYS 



20945 


PLU 




20972 


ROK 




21003 


BDI 


GAX 


21011 


SXA 




21029 


MBY 




21033 


DIS 




21038 


ATK 




21039 


ATK 




21043 


ZOD 




21066 


KEM 


CCN 


21111 


WIL 




21149 


HDP 




21160 


SXA 




21164 


UNR 




21176 


NIL 


AGT 


21177 


NIL 


AGT 


21179 


SAF 




21185 


FSS 




21186 


FSS 




21235 


BBM 


FID 


21253 


MMN 




21295 


INN 


PLU 


21297 


GAX 




21348 


WIL 




21371 


ACN 


APC 


21377 


WIL 




21436 


DIS 




21454 


WIL 




21505 


SDZ 




21513 


BDC 




21513.03 


GAX 




21563 


UAG 




21573 


ZOD 




21602 


KEM 


CCN 


21603 


KEM 


CCN 


21620 


JAN 




21837 


EAT 


PLU 


21858 


HOE 




21917 


JAN 


CCN 


21965 


SWC 




22032 


SXA 




22038 


AFL 





EATON'S ALL-WEATHER BAIT BIT2 (PEANUT 

BUTTER FLAVORED) 

EATON'S ALL-WEATHER BAIT BITZ (FISH 

FLAVORED) 

EMUL PLUS NO. 4 INSECTICIDE 

GOLDEX MOTH BALLS 

BLUE DIAMOND MAGNETIC ROACH FOOD 

SANEX BARN AND LIVESTOCK SPRAY II 

ABC OIL 

DISVAP FOAMICIDE INSECT REPELLENT FOR 

HORSES 

INSECT STOP 100% NATURAL 

lOOV NATURAL INSECT STOP 

STARBAR DAIRY SPRAY & FOGGING SOLUTION 

WITH REPELLENT (R.T.U.) 

KEMSAN C50 PRESSURIZED RESIDUAL 

INSECTICIDE 

WILSON GREEN EARTH ORGANIC INSECTICIDAL 

SOAP 

INSECOLO (ALL NATURAL) ALL PURPOSE 

INSECTICIDE (HOME & GARDEN) 

SANEX LIQUID ROZOL RODENTICIDE 

CONCENTRATED FORMULA 

HINDER ANIMAL REPELLENT 

BOOTHILL RODENTICIDE PARAFFIN BLOCK 

BOOTHILL RODENTICIDE PELLETS II 

SANEX LIQUID BROMONE RODENTICIDE BAIT 

GREEN CROSS RODENTEX RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

GREEN CROSS RODENTEX RODENTICIDE PARAFFIN 

BLOCK 

ROPEL GARBAGE PROTECT R 

DURATROL YARD & KENNEL CONCENTRATE FLEA 

SPRAY NO. 14 89 

INSECTO NO. 4 COMMERCIAL INSECTICIDE 

GARDEX RATKILL DOMESTIC 

WILSON GREEN EARTH HORTICULTURAL OIL 

INSECT SPRAY 

PARAPEL DOMESTIC PAHAFFINIZED PELLETS 

WILSON MULTI WEEDER LAWN WEEDKILLER 

HOSE -SPRAY 

TRAP-N-A-SAK (KILLS RATS & MICE) 

WILSON GREEN EARTH HOSE SPRAY GARDEN 

INSECT CONTROL 

STARBAR ECTOCIDE INSECT SPRAY 

MAJESTIC I FLYING INSECT KILLER 

GUARD MIST FLYING INSECT KILLER 

CLEAN CROP DIPHACIN BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 

PRECOR 1% EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE 

K024 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

KONK 429 FLYING INSECT KILLER 

SPRECTO PET SPRAY 

EATON'S AC FORMULA 90 (R.T.U.) 

RODENTICIDE 

HOME GARDENER DANDELION CONTROL 

SIPHEX 30 CARPET & PREMISE PUMP 

INSECTICIDE 

SPRAYCO SUPERIOR OIL 70 

SANEX PYRE-FOS RESIDUAL CONTACT SPRAY 

DELLA-DAIRY SPRAY II FOGGING SOLUTION 



134 



O. Reg. 19/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



461 



SCHKDULB : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




KO. 


TRANT 


AGEN] 


22081 


SKN 


SKB 


22134 


BLL 


MAE 


22135 


BLL 


MAE 


22142 


SKN 


SKB 


22160 


FAR 


FAM 


22161 


FAR 


FAM 


22202 


DIS 




22209 


SXA 




22215 


MOX 




22235 


BLL 


MAE 


22236 


BLL 


MAE 


22237 


BLL 


MAE 


22238 


BLL 


MAE 


22239 


BLL 


MAE 


22241 


BLL 


MAE 


22252 


SDZ 




22332 


SKN 


SKB 


22337 


ZNA 




22350 


MOM 


MAE 


22351 


MOM 


MAE 



PESTICIDE 



22435 

22462 
22498 
22500 
22511 
22548 
22549 
22550 
22552 
22563 
22582 
22588 
22589 
22590 

22592 
22593 
22606 
22607 
22626 

22696 
22697 
22700 
22722 
22747 

22760 
22804 

22814 



NUG 



MOM 


MAE 


BDG 


BDZ 


BLL 


MAE 


MOM 


MAE 


INT 


CCN 


INT 


CCN 


INT 


CCN 


SDZ 




CVT 




CWD 




MRR 


NUG 


DIT 




DIT 




SXA 




SXA 




CVT 




CVT 




BDT 


LTR 


AGP 


JRM 


AGP 


JRM 


AGP 


JRM 


DIT 




PTA 




DIS 




JMD 


BOV 


BLL 


MAE 



ADAMS SURFACE SPRAY 

DITRAC BLOX KILLS RATS & MICE 

DITRAC ALL-WEATHER BLOX (KILLS RATS & 

MICE) 

ADAMS FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 

JDST ONE BITE RAT & MOUSE BAIT BAR 

JUST ONE BITE RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

DISVAP AQUA BARN AND LIVESTOCK 

INSECTICIDE 

SANEX PRO TERMINATOR AN INJECTION SYSTEM 

AEROSOL 

ROUNDUP L&G READY TO USE HERBICIDE 

CONTRAC RODENTICIDE KILLS WARFARIN 

RESISTANT NORWAY RATS 

CONTRAC RODENTICIDE KILLS WARFARIN 

RESISTANT NORWAY RATS 

CONTRAC RAT & MOUSE BAIT DOMESTIC 

CONTRAC BLOX KILLS RATS AND MICE 

CONTRAC BLOX KILLS RATS AND MICE 

CONTRAC MOUSE BAIT STATION 

VET-KEM SIPHOTROL FORTE II (KILLS FLEAS) 

ADAMS FLEA & TICK MIST 

CHARGE ADJUVANT (FOR USE WITH ACHIEVE 

HERBICIDE) 

HAWK RODENTICIDE (KILLS RATS AND MICE) 

HAWK BAIT CHUNX DOMESTIC (KILLS RATS & 

MICE) 

TOMAHAWK CRAWLING INSECT KILLER (HOME 

PEST CONTROL) 

TOMCAT BAIT CHUNX ALL WEATHER 

BEARGUARD BEAR DETERRENT 

DITRAC RAT & MOUSE BAIT 

TOMCAT ALL-WEATHER BAIT CHUNX DOMESTIC 

CO-OP HORNET & WASP FOAM INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP CREVICE CONTROL FOAM INSECTICIDE 

CO-OP CRAWLING INSECT CONTROL II 

STARBAR FLYING INSECT SPRAY 

HIGH TEST FOGGING SOLUTION INSECTICIDE 

DAEDOL 50 WATERBIRD CONTROL OIL 

MR. ROACHKILLER PASTE 

P5 FOG OIL RTU INSECTTICIDE 

FOG OIL #1 INSECTICIDE RTU IN THERMAL 

FOGGERS 

SANEX RODENTKIL RODENTICIDE PELLETS 

SANEX RODENTKIL RODENTICIDE MEAL BAIT 

DAIRY FLY SHIELD AND FOGGING SOLUTION 

CAN-VET EQUINE FLY SHIELD 

SMOTHER-OIL SPRAY OIL EMULSION 

AGRICULTURAL INSECTICIDE 

ASSAULT -GARD DOG REPELLENT I 

ASSAULT-GARD DOG REPELLENT II 

ASSAULT -GARD BEAR REPELLENT 

PROPOXUR 1% RESIDUAL INSECTICIDE SOLUTION 

FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO FOR DOGS & CATS (FOR 

PROFESSIONAL USE) 

DISPAR RODENT CAKE 

BUG KILL FOR FOOD AND ORNAMENTAL CROPS 

WATER BASED INSECTICIDE 

DITRAC ALL-WEATHER CAKE (KILLS RATS & 



135 



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SCHEDULE : 



REGIS- 






TRATION 


REGIS- 




NO. 


TRANT 


AGEN' 


22823 


LPH 


AGT 


22824 


LPH 


AGT 


22851 


HOK 


UAG 


22859 


TIS 




22889 


APA 


ZOD 


22890 


FSS 




22911 


APA 


ZOD 


22971 


APA 




22975 


CDH 




23018 


UAG 




23028 


MTV 





PESTICIDE 



23037 



23254 

23330 
23391 

23400 
23467 
23558 



DIT 



23038 


DIT 




23039 


USE 




23050 


WHB 


SXA 


23060 


TMP 


SXA 


23071 


USE 




23072 


USE 




23080 


WBC 


GAX 


23093 


PRQ 




23149 


MMN 




23165 


CDH 




23166 


CDH 




23167 


CDH 




23168 


CDH 




23169 


CDH 





SFR 

AFL 
CVT 

FAR 
CBE 
BLL 



SXA 



FAM 
WIL 

MAE 



MICE) - COMMERCIAL 
MAKI MINI BLOCK COMMERCIAL 
BOOT HILL MINI BLOCK 
RAMIK BARS 

SILVERTONE ENDCOAT WOOD PRESERVATIVE 
WIPE ON FOR HORSES 
KILLEX READY-TO-USE 
APACIDE INSECT SPRAY 
APACIDE HI-CIDE INSECT SPRAY 
SNARE RODENTICIDE BAIT BLOX 
CHLORPYRIFOS IG (GRANULAR INSECTICIDE) 
MULTIVAP AQUA BARN & LIVESTOCK 
INSECTICIDE 

DITCHLING BAIT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 
COMMERCIAL 

DITCHLING SEWER RAT BLOCKS RODENTICIDE 
WOLMAN WOOD PRESERVATIVE WITH WATER 
REPELLENT 

NPI-16 PYRETHRIN INSECTICIDE 
(AGRICULTURAL) 

TEAM BARN & LIVESTOCK PYRETHRIN SPRAY 
WOLMAN DECK 'N SIDING PRESERVATIVE STAIN 
WOLMAN WOOD PRESERVATIVE (CLEAR) 
PURGE CB-123 INSECTICIDE 

DOMESTIC DIAZINON INSECTICIDE PLUS SUP Dl 
3M FLEA & TICK SHAMPOO 
ASSASSIN RAT AND MOUSE BAIT PELLETS 
ASSASSIN RAT AND MOUSE BAIT PELLETS 
SNARE RODENTICIDE BAIT PELLET DOMESTIC 
SNARE RODENTICIDE BAIT BLOX (DOMESTIC) 
ASSASSIN KILLS RATS AND MICE ALL-WEATHER 
BAIT BLOX 

SAFER' S TOPGUN WEEDKILLER /HERBICIDE FAST 
ACTING 

DELIA HEAVY DUTY INSECT SPRAY 
CAN-VET RESIDUAL FLY KILL FOR WALLS & 
CEILINGS 

FARNAM BRONCO WATER BASE EQUINE FLY SPRAY 
MASTBRCRAFT RTU HOME PEST CONTROL 
DITRAC SUPER- SIZE BLOX KILLS RATS AND 
MICE 



TOTAL: 



647 



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463 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



790003C 



79000SC 



NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 



O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43040 



ELMIRA, ONTARIO 

N3B 2Z6NUTRITE TURF PLUS 

INSECTICIDE WITH DURSBAN 8:5:8 

SCOTTS TURF BUILDER 25:3:3 
PLUS HALTS CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



790017AB NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



C-I-L PLANT STARTER 5-15-5 



790085C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

790086C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 



MEADOW GREEN 10:6:4 TURF 
FERTILIZER WITH 2,4-D 



MEADOW GREEN 7:7:7 FERTILIZER 
WITH 2,4-D 



790088C 



790207C 



790553C 



UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

VIGORO INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 



SHERWOOD GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 
WITH 2,4-D 10:6:4 



GOLDEN VIGORO WEED AND FEED 
12:6:3 WITH KILLEX 



C-I-L WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 



790569C 



WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES 

LTD. 

P.O. BOX 4040 

INDUSTRIAL PARK 

MARKHAM, ONTARIO 

L3R 8G8 



WEALL AND CULLEN WEED AND FEED 
10:6:4 



790570C SO-GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 



SO-GREEN WEED AND FEED 10:5:10 



137 



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REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



790609C 



790668C 



790669C 



790677C 



790685C 



790686C 



790688C 



790690C 



800240C 



C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
Ii4Z 2Z1 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 

VIGORO INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 



C-I-L WINTERIZER WEEDER 
6:12:24 



C-I-L 18:3:6 WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



C-I-L 10:6:4 LAWN FOOD AND 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



C-I-L 18:3:6 LAWN WEED DOCTOR 



GREEN-UP WEED & FEED 10-6-4 



GREEN-UP WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 



GREEN CROSS WEED'N FEED 
20:10:5 WITH KILLEX 



C-I-L 18:3:6 LAWN INSECT 
DOCTOR 



VIGORO FALL WEED AND FEED 
4:8:16 



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465 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



800264C 



800363C 



800698C 



800699C 



800719C 



800734C 



800735C 



800758C 



800763C 



800789C 



O.M. SCOTT & SONS 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43040 

UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

MERRY GRO. LTD. 
4038 HWY. 7 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 2L5 

MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
NIR 5S9 

MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
NIR 539 

SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

C-I-L INC. 
90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 



SCOTTS PROTURF 25:0:12 
FERTILIZER PLUS DSB FUNGICIDE 



CO-OP FERTILIN 10:6:4 TURF 
FERTILIZER WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



NUTRITE SUPERTURF PLUS WEED 
KILLER 21:3:9 



NUTRITE WINTERGREEN PLUS 
WEEDAWAY 4:9:15 



WHITE ROSE IRON PLUS WEED AND 
FEED 9:4:8 



MANCHESTER SUPERGREEN WEED AND 
FEED 10:6:4 



MANCHESTER SUPERGREEN CRAB -EX 
10:6:4 



SO -GREEN WINTER PRO WEED AND 
FEED 4:8:12 



GREEN-UP WEED AND FEED 20:10:5 



C-I-L 6:9:6 GARDEN WEED DOCTOR 



139 



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O. Reg. 19/96 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



800803C 



800806C 



SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
2600 JOHN ST. 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. 
33 ADELAIDE ST. W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H IPS 



LTD. 



SO -GREEN PREMIUM PLUS LAWN 
FERTILIZER AITO CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 21:7:7 



WOOLCREST WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 



800810C 



800816C 



800820C 



800879C 



810420C 



810421C 



810422C 



810423C 



BEAVER LUMBER CO. LTD. 
245 FAIRVIEW MALL DRIVE 
WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO 
M2J 4T1 

BEAVER LUMBER CO. LTD. 
245 FAIRVIEW MALL DRIVE 
WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO 
M2J 4T1 

K-MART CANADA LIMITED 
8925 TORBRAM ROAD 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T 4G1 

FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z 2Z1 

UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA. ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 



BEAVER PREMIUM WEED AND FEED 
20:10:5 PLUS KILLEX 



BEAVER WEED AND FEED WITH 
2,4-D 



K-MART K-GRO WEED AND FEED 
10:6:4 



GREEN CROSS GRAB -GUARD LAWN 
FOOD 15:3:3 WITH DACTHAL 4% 



CO-OP FERTILIN 10:6:4 TURF 
FERTILIZER WITH WEED KILLERS 



CO-OP FERTILIN 10:6:4 TURF 
FERTILIZER WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



SHERWOOD GREEN 7:7:7 TURF 
FERTILIZER WITH 2,4-D 



CO-OP FERTILIN TURF FERTILIZER 
16:6:8 WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



140 



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467 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



810428C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 52 7, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 



TURF GREEN FERTILIZER 16:6:8 
WITH WEED KILLERS 



810446C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 



CO-OP TURFGREEN TURF 
FERTILIZER 16:6:8 WITH WEED 
KILLER 



810447C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

810457C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 

810903C MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
NIR 5S9 



CO-OP TURFGREEN TURF 
FERTILIZER 16:6:8 WITH 
CRABGRASS 



MASTERCRAFT FALL WEED N' FEED 
FERTILIZER 4:8:12 



MANCHESTER SUPERGREEN WEED 
GUARD 14:4:8 



810915C 



SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 



SO -GREEN LAWN INSECT CONTROL 
FERTILIZER 10-6-4 



810918C C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 



C-I-L 18:3:6 CRABGRASS DOCTOR 



810919C C-I-L INC. 

90 SHEPPARD AVE. E. 
P.O. BOX 200, STATION A 
NORTH YORK, ONTARIO 
M2N 6H2 



C-I-L 15:3:6 LAWN FOOD WITH 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



810970C 



F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
3 3 ADELAIDE STREET W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H IPS 



WOOLCREST PREMIUM WEED AND 
FEED 20:10:5 



141 



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O. Reg. 19/96 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



811506C 



811508C 



SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
H4T 238 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



NO-NAME WEED AND FEED 10:6:4 



WINTERIZER/WEEDER LAWN FOOD 
12-3-5 



811515C 



811516C 



HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



KERIGRO WEED & FEED 15-3-3 



LAWN INSECT DOCTOR 6-4-3 
(0.57%) 



821004C 



ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 



LAWN TREAT FERTILIZER AND 
CRABGRASS CONTROL 



821005C 



821006C 



821014C 



821015C 



821016C 



ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 

ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 

MEADOW GREEN CO. LTD. 
P.O. BOX 527 STN. A 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

MEADOW GREEN CO. LTD. 
P.O. BOX 527, STN. A 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 



LAWN TREAT FERTILIZER AND 
INSECT CONTROL WITH DURSBAN 



LAWN TREAT WEED AND FEED WITH 
WEED -A BAN HERBICIDE 



MEADOW GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 
7:7:7 WITH WEED KILLERS 



MEADOW GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 
10:6:4 WITH WEED KILLERS 



SHERWOOD GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 
7:7:7 WITH WEED KILLERS 



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469 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



821017C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A4 

821032C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 

821070C UNITED CO-OPERATIVES OF ONT. 
5600 CANCROSS COURT 
BOX 527, STN. A 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5A 3A 

821123C SO-GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

821545C SO-GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

821564C HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

821600C F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
33 ADELAIDE STREET W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H IPS 



SHERWOOD GREEN TURF FERTILIZER 
10:6:4 WITH WEED KILLERS 



MASTERCRAFT WEED N'FEED LAWN 
FERTILIZER 9:3:6 



CO-OP FERTILIN FALL FERTILIZER 
WITH WEED CONTROL 



SO -GREEN WINTER PRO WEED AND 
FEED 6:8:12 



SO -GREEN LAWN PRO WEED AND 
FEED 10:5:10 



PROFESSIONAL WEED & FEED 
16-4-4 



WOOLCREST PREMIUM CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 20:10:5 



821616C SUNFRESH LTD. 

22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

821636C NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

821638C NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 



FERTILIZER WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 12:3:6 WITH BETASAN 



NUTRITE A-1 10-6-4 WEED & FEED 
LAWN FERTILIZER 



NUTRITE A-1 10-6-4 LAWN 
FERTILIZER WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



143 



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SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



821640C 



NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 



NUTRITE A-1 7-7-7 WEED & FEED 
LAWN FERTILIZER 



831156C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



C-I-L GOLFGREEN CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 20:3:4 PLUS 
BENSULIDE 



8311570 NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



C-I-L LANDSCAPE CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 10:6:4 PLUS 
BENSULIDE 



831176C 



LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 



BOTANIX AUTUMNAL WEED & FEED 
4-10-15 



831197B 



D.H. HOWDEN & CO. 
635 SOUTHDALE RD . 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6A 4G8 



LTD. 



PRO GREEN WEED'N FEED 14-7-7 



831227C 



SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 



SO -GREEN PREMIUM LAWN PRO -WEED 
AND FEED 21:7:7 



831246C 



F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
33 ADELAIDE ST. W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H IPS 



WOOLCREST PREMIUM CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 20-10-5 WITH 3.0% 
CHLORTHAL DIMETH 



831247C SUNFRESH LTD. 

22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 



NO -NAME SUPER WEED AND FEED 
20-5-10 



831277C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



C-I-L PROFESSIONAL CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 16-4-4 



831282C 



WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 



WILSON FALL LAWN FOOD PLUS 
MULTI WEEDER 



831285C WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 



WILSON SPRING AND SUMMER LAWN 
FOOD PLUS MULTI WEEDER 



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PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



831286C 



841346C 



WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 



WILSON CRABGRASS PREVENTER AND 
POA ANNUA CONTROL PLUS LAWN 
FEED 



CANADIAN TIRE MASTERCRAFT 
DELUXE WEED'N FEED 21-7-7 



841425C 



841687C 



841688C 



841695C 



841696C 



841748C 



841750C 



850031C 



HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LTD. 
SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN 
S7K 3M9 

SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

CAPO INDUSTRIES LTD. 
1200 CORPORATE DR. 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7L 5R6 



LAWN FOOD 10-6-4 PLUS 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



DOUBLE ACTION WEED AND FEED 
5-8-12 



GOLFGREEN WEED & FEED 20-3-4 



C-I-L CRABGRASS DOCTOR 20-3-4 



LAWN INSECT DOCTOR 6-4-3 
(0.78%) 



TURFGREEN 20-10-5 WEED & FEED 



SO-GREEN LAWN PRO FERTILIZER 
AND CRABGRASS CONTROL 21-7-7 



GREENPOWER SPRAY' ON WEED & 
FEED 



850081C 



D.H. HOWDEN & CO. 
635 SOUTHDALE RD . 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6A 4G8 



LTD. 



DO- IT WEED'N FEED 14-7-7 



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ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



851798C 



HOME HARDWARE STORES LTD. 
1 BRIAN DR. 
P.O. BOX 250 
BURFORD, ONTARIO 
NOE lAO 



HOME HARDWARE GARDENER 21-7-7 
WEED & FEED 



851822C F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. LTD. 
33 ADELAIDE ST. W. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M5H IPS 

851825C FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z 2Z1 

85183 IC SUNFRESH LTD. 

22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

851843C HOME HYDROCULTURE ASSOC. INC. 
BOX 3250, STATION D 
WILLOWDALE, ONTARIO 
M2R 3G6 

851847C WHITE ROSE CRAFTS & NURSERY 
4038 - NO. 7 HWY. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 2L5 

851856C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE , QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 

851857C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 

851858C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 

851868C HOME HARDWARE STORES LTD. 
1 BRIAN DR. 
P.O. BOX 250 
BURFORD, ONTARIO 
NOE lAO 



WOOLCREST GOLD PERFORMANCE 
WEED & FEED 26-3-3 



FEEDEX LIQUID WEED 'N' FEED 



NO-NAME SPRING AND SUMMER 
LIQUID WEED & FEED PLUS 
WEEDKILLER 



HOME GARDENER LIQUID LAWN FOOD 



white rose iron plus lawn food 
Sl crabgrass control 



BOTANIX LUSHGROW 10-4-6 
INSECTICIDE & FERTILIZER 



BOTANIX 21-4-6 WEED & FEED 



RO-NA GREEN PLUS 21-7-7 WEED & 
FEED 



HOME HARDWARE GARDENER FALL 
WEED & FEED 6-8-12 



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PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



860088C 



8G0099C 



860131C 



861912C 



861940C 



CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 

SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
NIR 5S9 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD STREET 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

GARDEN GALLERY INC. 
864 DRURY LANE 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7R 2Y3 



CANADIAN TIRE MASTERCRAFT PRO 
PREMIUM WEED'N FEED 28-4-8 



NO -NAME LIQUID LAWN FOOD AND 
INSECT CONTROL 15-2-3 



SUPER GREEN 16-3-9 CRAB CHECK 



WILSON LIQUID FALL LAWN FOOD 
7-5-9 PLUS MULTI WEEDER 



WEED & FEED 24-6-6 



870006C 



870007C 



WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES 

LTD. 

P.O. BOX 4040 

MARKHAM, ONTARIO 

L3R 8G8 

HOME HARDWARE STORES LTD. 
1 BRIAN DR. 
P.O. BOX 250 
BURFORD, ONTARIO 
NOE lAO 



WEALL & CULLEN FALL WEED & 
FEED 10-5-20 



HOME HARDWARE GARDENER 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER PLUS 
FERTILIZER 15-5-3 



870030C NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 



NUTRITE SUPERTURF PLUS 
CRABCHECK 14-4-8 WITH 3.1V 
CHLORTHAL 



870054C 



870056C 



SPRAY & GREEN FERT. INC. 
P.O. BOX 360 
1100 LECLAIRE ST. 
ST. CESAIRE, QUEBEC 
JOL ITO 

SPRAY & GREEN FERT. INC. 
P.O. BOX 360 
1100 LECLAIRE ST. 
ST. CESAIRE, QUEBEC 
JOL ITO 



PLUS GREEN WEED & FEED 



SPRAY & GREEN WEED & FEED 
15-3-3 



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PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



870086C 



870087C 



8701160 



870143C 



PROFESSIONAL NURSERYMEN INC. 
P.O. BOX 308 
STREETS VILLE 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5M 2B9 

PROFESSIONAL NURSERYMEN INC. 

P.O. BOX 308 

STREETSVILLE 

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 

L5M 2B9 

WHITE ROSE CRAFTS & NURSERY 
4038 - NO. 7 HWY. 
UNIONVILLE, ONTARIO 
L3R 2L5 

FISONS HORTICULTURE INC. 
600 - 25 WATLINE AVE. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L4Z 2Z1 



SUPERIOR LAWN FERTILIZER & 
CRABGRASS CONTROL 15-5-5 



SUPERIOR WEED & FEED 15-5-5 



WHITE ROSE IRON PLUS LAWN FOOD 
AND INSECT CONTROL 



INSECTILIZER 15-5-5 LAWN FOOD 



880004C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

880005C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

880007C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

880011C VIGORO INC. 

22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

880012C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 

880017C GARDEN GALLERY INC. 
864 DRURY LANE 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7R 2Y3 



SCOTTS SUPER TURF BUILDER PLUS 
2 33-3-3 WITH 1.18% 2,4-D & 
0.59V MECOP 



SCOTTS TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 
27-3-3 WITH 1.16% 2,4-D AND 
0.58% MECOPROP 



SCOTTS MOSS CONTROL PLUS LAWN 
FERTILIZER 16-0-0 WITH 13.6% 
FERROUS SUL 



GOLDEN VIGORO INSECT CONTROL &. 
FERTILIZER 10-6-4 



MASTERCRAFT LIQUID WEED'N FEED 
LAWN FERTILIZER 



GARDEN GALLERY LAWN FOOD PLUS 
CRABGRASS CONTROL 



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SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



880018C 



NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 114 8 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



CIRCLE "H" 10-3-6 WEED & FEED 



880019C 



NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



CIRCLE "H" 10-3-6 CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



880020C 



SHERIDAN NURSERIES LTD. 
GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO 
L7G 4S7 



PARKWOOD 21-6-12 WEED & FEED 



880028C 



K-MART CANADA LTD. 
8925 TORBRAM RD . 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T 4G1 



K-MART SUPER K-GRO 



880042C 



MANCHESTER PRODUCTS LTD. 
BOX 204 

CAMBRIDGE, ONTARIO 
NIR 5S9 



SUPER GREEN 10-6-4 GRO & 
CONTROL 



880046C 



880047C 



NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

GARDEN GALLERY INC. 
864 DRURY LANE 
BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 
L7R 2Y3 



C-I-L 20-5-5 PLUS CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 4.6V BENSULIDE 



GARDEN GALLERY INC LAWN FOOD & 
INSECT CONTROL 12-6-6 -t- 0.78% 
CHLORPYR . 



880051C CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 



MASTERCRAFT LIQUID FALL WEED'N 
FEED FERTILIZER 



880061C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

881034C SPRAY & GREEN FERTILIZERS 
INC. 

426 VICTORIA AVE. 
SUITE 21 

ST -LAMBERT, QUEBEC 
J4P 2H9 



CIRCLE "H" 4-8-16 FALL WEED & 
FEED 



PLUS GREEN FERTILIZER & 
INSECTICIDE 15-2-2 WITH 1.43% 
CHLORPYRIFOS 



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REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



890005C 



890053C 



CANADIAN TIRE CORPORATION 
BOX 770, STATION K 
2180 YONGE ST. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4P 2V8 

HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 114 8 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8Pe 



MASTERCRAFT FALL WEED & FEED 
6-8-14 



INSECT CONTROL 25-3-7 



90000GC 



900026C 



HOME HARDWARE STORES LTD. 
1 BRIAN DR. 
P.O. BOX 250 
BURFORD, ONTARIO 
NOE lAO 

CARGILL FERTILIZER 
4096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 



HOME GARDENER LIQUID LAWN 
FERTILIZER 17-5-5 WITH WEED 
CONTROL 



AERO GREEN 10-6-4 LAWN FOOD & 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



900027C 



900029C 



900030C 



900031C 



900032C 



CARGILL FERTILIZER 
4 096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON , ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

CARGILL FERTILIZER 
4 096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

CARGILL FERTILIZER 
4 096 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
P.O. WESTMINSTER 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14 310 SCOTTSLAWN RD. 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14 310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 



AERO GREEN 12-6-6 LAWN FOOD & 
INSECT CONTROL 



AERO ULTRA GREEN 20-5-5 
WEEDFEED 



AERO GREEN 10-6-4 WEED & FEED 



SCOTTS SUPER TURF BUILDER PLUS 
2 34-3-3 WITH 1.17% 2,4-D0.58% 
MECOPR 



SCOTTS TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 
28-3-3 WITH 1.21% 2,4-D & 
0.605% MECOPROP 



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NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



900035C ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 

198 ST. CATHERINE ST. W. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 

900036C ALL TREAT FARMS LTD. 

198 ST. CATHERINE ST. W. 
ARTHUR, ONTARIO 
NOG lAO 

900045C HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

900047C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8Pe 

900048C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

900049C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

900055C SHERIDAN NURSERIES 
GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO 
L7G 4S7 

900071C WEALL & CULLEN NURSERIES 
LTD. 

P.O. BOX 4040 INDUSTRIAL 
PARK 

MARKHAM, ONTARIO 
L3R 8G8 

91000SC HILLVIEW FARMS LTD. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

910006C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE , QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 

910007C FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LTD. 
SASKATOON, SASKATCHEWAN 
S7K 3M9 



LAWN TREAT WEED 'N' FEED 
10-6-4 



LAWN TREAT PREMIUM WEED 'N' 
FEED 24-4-8 



20-5-5 PLUS CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



HILLVIEW 21-6-12 WEED & FEED 



HILLVIEW 21-6-12 WITH INSECT 
CONTROL 



HILLVIEW 21-6-12 CRABGRASS 
CONTROL 



PARKWOOD 21-6-12 FERTILIZER 
WITH CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



WEALL & CULLEN PREMIUM 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 21-7-7 



LAWN ENFORCER 24-2-16 



BOGAZON 2+2 21-4-8 INSECTICIDE 
AND ORGANIC BASED FERTILIZER 



TURFGREEN 5-10-5 FALL 
FERTILIZER WEED & FEED 



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PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



910010C 



910011C 



GREENLEAF PRODUCTS INC. 
P.O. BOX 82338 
BURNABY , EC 
V5C 5P8 

GREENLEAF PRODUCTS INC. 
P.O. BOX 82338 
BURNABY, BC 
V5C 5P8 



RAPID GREEN MOSS CONTROL 5-0-0 



RAPID GREEN WEED & FEED 15-5-5 



910017C ZELLERS 

5100 BOUL DE MAISONNEUVE W. 
MONTREAL, QUEBEC 
H4A 1Y6 

910019C CARGILL FERTILIZER 

127-105 MEADOWBROOK DR. 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6L 1G4 

920003C WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 

920006C NUTRITE INC. 
BOX 160 

ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

920009C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

920010C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

92 0013C SHERIDAN NURSERIES 
GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO 
L7G 4S7 

920018C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

920019C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 



CHAMPION ORGANIC BASED 21-6-7 
WEED & FEED 



TRUE GREEN 10-6-4 WEED AND 
LAWN FERTILIZER CONTAINS 0.5% 
2,4-D 



WILSON HOSE SPRAY MOSS KILLER 
& LAWN FOOD 5-0-0 



NUTRITE PROFESSIONAL WEED &. 
FEED 20-3-6 



VIGORO CRABGRASS PREVENTER 
PLUS FERTILIZER 16-4-4 



VIGORO WEED & FEED 16-4-4 



PARKWOOD 21-6-12 FERTILIZER 
FOR GRUB AND CHINCH BUG 
CONTROL 

GOLDEN VIGORO WEED & FEED 
24-4-8 



VIGORO DEEP GREEN WEED & FEED 
24-6-6 



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ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



920021C 



920025C 



920031C 



920032C 



920054C 



920055C 



920056C 



920057C 



920067C 



920071C 



920084C 



VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. E. 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
M4G 1C8 

NUTRITE INC. 
P.O. BOX 160 
ELMIRA, ONTARIO 
N3B 2Z6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

WILSON LABORATORIES INC. 
36 HEAD ST. 
DUNDAS, ONTARIO 
L9H 3H3 



VIGORO CRABGRASS PREVENTER 
10-6-4 



PROFESSIONAL INSECTICIDE & 
FERTILIZER 12-4-8 WITH IRON 



CANADAWAY 21-7-7 WEED & FEED 



NO NAME LAWN FOOD WITH 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 12-3-6 



HILLVIEW GREEN KEEPER 21-7-7 
FERTILIZER WITH CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



GREEN KEEPER 21-7-7 WEED & 
FEED 



CIRCLE H 10-3-6 LAWN FOOD + 
GRUB AND CINCH BUG CONTROL 



C-I-L SUPER GOLFGREEN WEED & 
FEED 



CIRCLE H 20-3-3 LAWN FOOD + 
WEED & FEED 



XXPERT PROFESSIONAL WEED 
CONTROL FERTILIZER 21-7-7 



WILSON GARDEN AUTHORITY LIQUID 
WEED & FEED 18-2-5 



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NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



920085C 



920088C 



SUNFRESH LIMITED 
22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 

LES ENGRAIS SPRAY & GREEN 
FERTILIZERS INC. 
Ill INDUSTRIELLE 
DELSON, P.Q. 
JOL IGO 



SUNFRESH (LOBLAW'S) 
PRESIDENT'S CHOICE 
TWICE -A- YEAR WEED & FEED 



CHAMPION WEED + FEED 15-5-5 



920090C 



920092C 



RITCHIE FEED U SEED (19 82) 

LTD 

13 90 WINDMILL LANE 

OTTAWA, ONTARIO 

KIB 4V5 

LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL 
1250 NOBEL 
BOUCHERVILLE , P.Q. 
J4B 5K1 



RITCHIE LAWN FOOD WITH 
HERBICIDES 18-4-8 



BOTANIX LIQUID LAWN FERTILIZER 
15-3-3 WITH HERBICIDE 



920094C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL 
1250 NOBEL 
BOUCHERVILLE, P.Q. 
J4B 5K1 



BOTANIX LIQUID LAWN FERTILIZER 
12-4-8 WITH HERBICIDE 



920096C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

920098C O.M. SCOTT & SONS CO. 
14310 SCOTTSLAWN RD . 
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 
43041 

92 0109C TURF MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS INC. 
2 399 ROYAL WINDSOR DR. 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5J 1K9 

920123C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

920124C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 



VIGORO LAWN FERTILIZER 10-6-4 
PLUS INSECT CONTROL 



SCOTTS WINTERCARE PLUS 2 LAWN 
FERTILIZER PLUS WEED CONTROL 
22-4-11 



THE WEEDMAN 24-4-16 LAWN 
FERTILIZER WITH INSECT CONTROL 



HILLVIEW 16-4-16 LAWN 
FERTILIZER WEED & FEED 



BOGAZON 2+2 ORGANIC BASED 
FERTILIZER 12-4-8 



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481 



REGISTRATION 
NO. DNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



92012GC NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

920128C NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



C-I-L WINTERIZER/WEEDER 
12-3-12 WITH 2,4-D AND 
MECOPROP 



HILLVIEW 20-5-5 LAWN 
FERTILIZER & CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER 



920129C 



920130C 



NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 

NU-GRO CORP. 
P.O. BOX 1148 
WOODSTOCK, ONTARIO 
N4S 8P6 



HILLVIEW PROFESSIONAL LAWN 
FERTILIZER & INSECT CONTROL 



HILLVIEW 10-6-4 LAWN FOOD + 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



920131C SO-GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 

930005C SHERIDAN NURSERIES LTD. 
GEORGETOWN, ONTARIO 
L7G 4S7 

930015C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

930016C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

930023C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 

N4G ica 

930024C VIGORO CANADA INC. 
22 CLARKE ST. EAST 
TILLSONBURG, ONTARIO 
N4G 1C8 

930028C K-MART CANADA LIMITED 
8925 TORBRAM ROAD 
BRAMPTON, ONTARIO 
L6T 4G1 



PREMIUM PLUS WINTERIZING WEED 
& FEED 12-14-18 



PARKWOOD 6-8-14 FALL 
FERTILIZER WEED & FEED 



DEEP GREEN FALL WEED & FEED 
6-8-16 



GOLDEN VIGORO CRABGRASS 
PREVENTER PLUS FERTILIZER 
20-4-8 



GOLDEN VIGORO LAWN FERTILIZER 
12-6-3 FOR INSECT CONTROL 



GOLDEN VIGORO FALL WEED & FEED 
12-3-12 



K-GRO 25-3-3 WEED & FEED LAWN 
FERTILIZER 



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REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



930030C D.H. HOVTOEN & CO. LTD. 
G35 SOUTHDALE RD . 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
NSA 4G8 



GARDEN MASTER PROFESSIONAL 
24-4-12 WEED & FEED 



930031C D.H. HOWDEN & CO. LTD. 
635 SOUTHDALE RD . 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6A 4G8 



GARDEN MASTER HOME PRO WEED & 
FEED 21-2-10 



930032C 



D.H. HOWDEN & CO. LTD. 
G3 5 SOUTHDALE RD . 
LONDON, ONTARIO 
N6A 4G8 



GARDEN MASTER FALL TURF 
TOUGHENER WEED & FEED 



930033C 



SUNFRESH LTD. 
22 ST. CLAIR AVE. E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 2S8 



NO NAME SPRING & SUMMER LIQUID 
WEED & FEED 15-2-3 



930034C GREENSPACE SERVICES LTD. 
1889 GAGE COURT 
MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO 
L5S 1T5 



LAWN FERTILIZER 2-0-1 & WEED 
CONTROL 



930038C 



W.G THOMPSON AND SONS LTD. 
BLENHEIM, ONTARIO 
NOP lAO 



THOMPSON'S WEED & FEED 20-4-4 



93 0039C W.G. THOMPSON AND SONS LTD. 
BLENHEIM, ONTARIO 
NOP lAO 



THOMPSON'S WEED & FEED 16-4-4 



930040C W.G. THOMPSON AND SONS LTD. 
BLENHEIM, ONTARIO 
NOP lAO 



THOMPSON'S CRABGRASS CONTROL 
10-6-4 



930041C W.G. THOMPSON AND SONS LTD. 
BLENHEIM, ONTARIO 
NOP lAO 



THOMPSON'S CRABGRASS CONTROL 
16-4-4 



930042C W.G. THOMPSON AND SONS LTD. 
BLENHEIM, ONTARIO 
NOP lAO 



THOMPSON'S WEED & FEED 10-6-4 



930043C SUNFRESH LTD. 

22 ST. CLAIR AVENUE E. 
TORONTO, ONTARIO 
M4T 288 



NO NAME LIQUID LAWN FOOD & 
INSECT CONTROL 15-2-3 



930044C LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 



RO-NA 20-5-10 WEED & FEED 



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SCHEDULE : 6 
PESTICIDES THAT ARE CONTAINED IN FERTILIZER 



REGISTRATION 
NO. UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



REGISTRANT 
UNDER 
FERTILIZER 
ACT (CANADA) 



PESTICIDE 



930046C 



LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 



RO-NA FALL WEED & FEED 8-4-12 



930047C 



LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B SKI 



BOTANIX 21-4-6 FERTILIZER & 
CRABGRASS PREVENTER 



930074C 



SO -GREEN CORP. 
P.O. BOX 8750 
DON MILLS, ONTARIO 
M3C 3G9 



XXPERT WINTERIZING WEED & FEED 
10-12-14 



940002C 



LES INDUSTRIES NOBEL INC. 
P.O. BOX 1003 
BOUCHERVILLE, QUEBEC 
J4B 5K1 



BOTANIX HIGH PERFORMANCE WEED 
& FEED 18-3-18 



TOTAL: 209 



7/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 20/96 

made under the 
PESTICIDES ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 1996 

Amending Reg. 914 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 914 has not been amended in 1995. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 

1. (1) Subsection 94 (5) of Regulation 914 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "1996" in 
the first line and substituting "1998". 

(2) Subsection 94 (6) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"1996" in the first line and substituting "1998". 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 21/96 

made under the 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND 

PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 21/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ACCÈS À L'INFORMATION ET LA 

PROTECTION DE LA VIE PRIVÉE 



Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 1996 

Amending Reg. 460 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 460 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 88/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Regulation 460 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following sections: 

5.1 A head of an institution that receives a request for access to a 
record or personal information shall conclude that the request is 
frivolous or vexatious if, 

(a) the head is of the opinion on reasonable grounds that the request 
is part of a pattern of conduct that amounts to an abuse of the 
right of access or would interfere with the operations of the 
institution; or 

(b) the head is of the opinion on reasonable grounds that the request 
is made in bad faith or for a purpose other than to obtain access. 

5.2 The fee that shall be charged for the purposes of clause 24 (1) 

(c) or 48 ( 1 ) (c) of the Act shall be $5. 

5.3 ( 1 ) For the purposes of subsection 50 ( 1 . 1 ) of the Act, the fee 
payable for appealing a decision of a head to the Commissioner shall be, 

(a) $25, if the person appealing has made a request for access to a 
record under subsection 24 (1); 

(b) $10, if the person appealing has made a request for access to 
personal information under subsection 48 (1); and 

(c) $ 1 0, if the person appealing has made a request for correction of 
personal information under subsection 47 (2). 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 50 (1. 1) of the Act, no fee is 
payable for appealing a decision of a head to the Commissioner if the 
person appealing is given notice of a request under subsection 28 (1) of 
the Act. 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

6. The following are the fees that shall be charged for the purposes 
of subsection 57 (1) of the Act for access to a record: 

1 . For photocopies and computer printouts, 20 cents per page. 

2. For floppy disks, $10 for each disk. 

3. For manually searching a record, $7.50 for each 15 minutes 
spent by any person. 



4, For preparing a record for disclosure, including severing a part 
of the record, $7.50 for each 15 minutes spent by any person. 



5. For developing a computer program or other method of 
producing a record from machine readable record, $15 for each 
15 minutes spent by any person. 



pris le 31 janvier 1996 
déposé le 2 février 1996 

modifiant le Règl. 460 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque: Depuis le l^' janvier 1995, le Règlement 460 a été modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 88/95. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1994. 

1. Le Règlement 460 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 est modifié par adjonction des articles suivants : 

5.1 La personne responsable de l'institution qui reçoit une demande 
d'accès à un dossier ou aux renseignements personnels conclut que la 
demande est frivole ou vexatoire si, selon le cas : 

a) elle est d'avis, fondé sur des motifs raisonnables, que la demande 
reflète une conduite qui aboutit à un abus du droit d'accès ou 
entrave les activités de l'institution; 



b) elle est d'avis, fondé sur des motifs raisonnables, que la demande 
a été faite de mauvaise foi ou à des fins autres que l'obtention de 
l'accès. 

5.2 Les droits qui sont imputés pour l'application de l'alinéa 24(1) 
c) ou 48 (1) c) de la Loi sont de 5 $. 

5.3 (1) Pourrapplicationduparagraphe50(l.l)delaLoi,lesdroits 
qui sont payables pour interjeter appel devant le commissaire d'une 
décision d'une personne responsable sont de : 

a) 25 $, si l'appelant a présenté une demande d'accès à un document 
aux termes du paragraphe 24 (1); 

b) 10 $, si l'appelant a présenté une demande d'accès à des 
renseignements personnels aux termes du paragraphe 48 (1); 

c) 10 $, si l'appelant a présenté une demande de rectification des 
renseignements personnels aux termes du paragraphe 47 (2). 

(2) Pour l'application du paragraphe 50 ( I . I ) de la Loi, aucuns droits 
ne sont payables pour interjeter appel devant le commissaire d'une 
décision d'une personne responsable si l'appelant reçoit l'avis d'une 
demande aux termes du paragraphe 28 (1) de la Loi. 

2. L'article 6 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

6. Les droits suivants sont imputés pour l'application du 
paragraphe 57 (1) de la Loi pour l'accès à un document : 

1 . Pour les photocopies et imprimés d'ordinateur, 20 cents la page. 

2. Pour les disquettes, 10$ chacune. 

3. Pour effectuer une recherche manuelle d'un document, 7,50 $ 
pour chaque tranche de 15 minutes qu'une personne consacre à 
cette fin. 

4. Pour préparer un document en vue de sa divulgation, y compris 
extraire une partie du document, 7,50 $ pour chaque tranche de 
15 minutes qu'une personne consacre à cette fin. 

5. Pour créer un programme d'ordinateur ou une autre méthode de 
préparation d'un document à partir de documents lisibles par 
machine, 15 $ pour chaque tranche de 15 minutes qu'une 
personne consacre à cette fin. 



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6. The costs, including computer costs, that the institution incurs in 
locating, retrieving, processing and copying the record if those 
costs are specified in an invoice that the institution has received. 

6.1 The following are the fees that shall be charged for the purposes 
of subsection 57 ( 1 ) of the Act for access to personal information about 
the individual making the request for access: 

1 . For photocopies and computer printouts, 20 cents per page. 

2. Forfloppy disks, $10 for each disk. 

3. For developing a computer program or other method of 
producing the personal information requested from machine 
readable record, $15 for each 15 minutes spent by any person. 



4. The costs, including computer costs, that the institution incurs in 
locating, retrieving, processing and copying the personal 
information requested if those costs are specified in an invoice 
that the institution has received. 

3. Subsection 7 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

( 1 ) If a head gives a person an estimate of an amount payable under 
the Act and the estimate is $100 or more, the head may require the 
person to pay a deposit equal to 50 per cent of the estimate before the 
head takes any further steps to respond to the request. 



6. Les frais, y compris les frais d'ordinateur, que l'inslitution 
engage pour le repérage, la récupération, le traitement et la 
duplication du document si ces frais sont précisés dans une 
facture que reçoit l'institution. 

6.1 Les droits suivants sont imputés pour l'application du 
paragraphe 57 ( 1 ) de la Loi pour l'accès aux renseignements personnels 
qui concernent le particulier qui fait la demande d'accès : 

1 . Pour les photocopies et imprimés d'ordinateur, 20 cents la page. 

2. Pour les disquettes, 10 $ chacune. 

3. Pour créer un programme d'ordinateur ou une autre méthode de 
préparation des renseignements personnels demandés à partir de 
documents lisibles par machine, 15 $ pour chaque tranche de 15 
minutes qu'une personne consacre à celte fin. 

4. Les frais, y compris les frais d'ordinateur, que l'institution 
engage pour le repérage, la récupération, le traitement et la 
duplication des renseignements personnels demandés si ces frais 
sont précisés dans une facture que reçoit l'institution. 

3. Le paragraphe 7 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 

(1) Si la personne responsable donne à une personne une estimation 
d'un montant à payer aux termes de la Loi et que l'estimation s'élève à 
au moins 100 $, la personne responsable peut exiger un acompte égal à 
50 pour cent du montant de l'estimation avant de prendre d'autres 
mesures pour répondre à la demande. 



7/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 22/96 

made under the 

MUNICIPAL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION 

AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 22/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ACCÈS À L'INFORMATION MUNICIPALE ET 

LA PROTECTION DE LA VIE PRIVÉE 



Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 1996 

Amending Reg. 823 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 823 has not been amended in 1995. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 

1. Regulation 823 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following sections: 

5.1 A head of an institution that receives a request for access to a 
record or personal information shall conclude that the request is 
frivolous or vexatious if, 

(a) the head is of the opinion on reasonable grounds that the request 
is part of a pattern of conduct that amounts to an abuse of the 
right of access or would interfere with the operations of the 
institution; or 

(b) the head is of the opinion on reasonable grounds that the request 
is made in bad faith or for a purpose other than to obtain access. 

5.2 The fee that shall be charged for the purposes of clause 17 (1) 
(c) or 37 (1) (c) of the Act shall be $5. 

5J (1) For the purposes of subsection 39 (1.1) of the Act, the fee 
payable for appealing a decision of a head to the Commissioner shall be. 



pris le 31 janvier 1996 
déposé le 2 février 1 996 

modifiant le Règl. 823 des R.R.O. de 
(Dispositions générales) 



990 



Remarque: Le Règlement 823 n'a pas été modifié en 1995. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1994. 

1. Le Règlement 823 des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 
1990 est modifié par adjonction des articles suivants : 

5.1 La personne responsable de l'institution qui reçoit une demande 
d'accès à un dossier ou aux renseignements personnels conclut que la 
demande est frivole ou vexatoire si. selon le cas : 

a) elle est d'avis, fondé sur des motifs raisonnables, que la demande 
reflète une conduite qui aboutit à un abus du droit d'accès ou 
entrave les activités de l'institution: 



b) elle est d'avis, fondé sur des motifs raisonnables, que la demande 
a été faite de mauvaise foi ou à des fins autres que l'oblcntion de 
l'accès. 

5.2 Les droits qui sont imputés pour l'application de l'alinéa 17(1) 
c) ou 37 ( I ) c) de la Loi sont de 5 $. 

5J (1) Pour l'application du paragraphe 39 (1.1) de la Loi. les droits 
qui sont payables pour interjeter appel devant le commissaire d'une 
décision d'une personne responsable sont de : 



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(a) $25, if the person appealing has made a request for access to a 
record under subsection 17(1); 

(b) $10, if the person appealing has made a request for access to 
personal information under subsection 37 (1); and 

(c) $ 1 0, if the person appealing has made a request for correction of 
personal information under subsection 36 (2). 

(2) For the purposes of subsection 39 (1.1) of the Act, no fee is 
payable for appealing a decision of a head to the Commissioner if the 
person appealing is given notice of a request under subsection 21 (1) of 
the Act. 

2. Section 6 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

6. The following are the fees that shall be charged for the purposes 
of subsection 45 ( 1 ) of the Act for access to a record: 

1 . For photocopies and computer printouts, 20 cents per page. 

2. For floppy disks, $10 for each disk. 

3. For manually searching a record, $7.50 for each 15 minutes 
spent by any person. 



For preparing a record for disclosure, including severing a part 
of the record, $7.50 for each 15 minutes spent by any person. 



5. For developing a computer program or other method of 
producing a record from machine readable record, $15 for each 
15 minutes spent by any person. 

6. The costs, including computer costs, that the institution incurs in 
locating, retrieving, processing and copying the record if those 
costs are specified in an invoice that the institution has received. 

6.1 The following are the fees that shall be charged for the purposes 
of subsection 45 ( 1 ) of the Act for access to personal information about 
the individual making the request for access: 

1 . For photocopies and computer printouts, 20 cents per page. 

2. For floppy disks, $10 for each disk. 

3. For developing a computer program or other method of 
producing the personal information requested from machine 
readable record, $15 for each 15 minutes spent by any person. 



4. The costs, including computer costs, that the institution incurs in 
locating, reU'ieving, processing and copying the personal 
information requested if those costs are specified in an invoice 
that the institution has received. 

3. Subsection 7 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

( 1 ) If a head gives a person an estimate of an amount payable under 
the Act and the estimate is $1(X) or more, the head may require the 
person to pay a deposit equal to 50 per cent of the estimate before the 
head takes any further steps to respond to the request. 



a) 25 $, si l'appelant a présenté une d.emande d'accès à un document 
aux termes du paragraphe 17(1); 

b) 10 $, si l'appelant a présenté une demande d'accès à des 
renseignements personnels aux termes du paragraphe 37 (1); 

c) 10 $, si l'appelant a présenté une demande de rectification des 
renseignements personnels aux termes du paragraphe 36 (2). 

(2) Pour l'application du paragraphe 39 ( 1 . 1 ) de la Loi, aucuns droits 
ne sont payables pour interjeter appel devant le commissaire d'une 
décision d'une personne responsable si l'appelant reçoit l'avis d'une 
demande aux termes du paragraphe 21 (1) de la Loi. 

2. L'article 6 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

6. Les droits suivants sont imputés pour l'application du 
paragraphe 45 (1) de la Loi pour l'accès à un document : 

1 . Pour les photocopies et imprimés d'ordinateur, 20 cents la page. 

2. Pour les disquettes, 10$ chacune. 

3. Pour effectuer une recherche manuelle d'un document, 7,50 $ 
pour chaque tranche de 15 minutes qu'une personne consacre à 
cette fin. 

4. Pour préparer un document en vue de sa divulgation, y compris 
extraire une partie du document, 7,50 $ pour chaque tranche de 
15 minutes qu'une personne consacre à cette fin. 

5. Pour créer un programme d'ordinateur ou une autre méthode de 
préparation d'un document à partir de documents lisibles par 
machine, 15 $ pour chaque tranche de 15 minutes qu'une 
personne consacre à cette fin. 

6. Les frais, y compris les frais d'ordinateur, que l'institution 
engage pour le repérage, la récupération, le traitement et la 
duplication du document si ces frais sont précisés dans une 
facture que reçoit l'institution. 

6.1 Les droits suivants sont imputés pour l'application du 
paragraphe 45 (1) de la Loi pour l'accès aux renseignements personnels 
qui concernent le particulier qui fait la demande d'accès : 

1 . Pour les photocopies et imprimés d'ordinateur, 20 cents la page. 

2. Pour les disquettes, 10 $ chacune. 

3. Pour créer un programme d'ordinateur ou une autre méthode de 
préparation des renseignements personnels demandés à partir de 
documents lisibles par machine, 15 $ pour chaque tranche de 15 
minutes qu'une personne consacre à cette fin. 

4. Les frais, y compris les frais d'ordinateur, que l'institution 
engage pour le repérage, la récupération, le traitement et la 
duplication des renseignements personnels demandés si ces frais 
sont précisés dans une facture que reçoit l'institution. 

3. Le paragraphe 7 (1) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 

(1) Si la personne responsable donne à une personne une estimation 
d'un montant à payer aux termes de la Loi et que l'estimation s'élève à 
au moins 100 $, la personne responsable peut exiger un acompte égal à 
50 pour cent du montant de l'estimation avant de prendre d'autres 
mesures pour répondre à la demande. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 23/96 

made under the 

PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS AND 

SECURITY GUARDS ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 19% 

Amending Reg. 938 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 938 has not previously been amended. 

1. (1) Paragraphs 6, 7, Sand 9 of subsection 4 (1) of Regulation 
938 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6. Upon application for a licence in Form 4 to act as a 
private investigator or a renewal thereof $30 

7. Upon application for a licence in Form 4 to act as a 
security guard or a renewal thereof $30 

8. Upon application for a licence in Form 4 to act as a 
private investigator and security guard or a renewal 
thereof $60 

9. Upon application for a replacement copy of any 
licence that has been lost or destroyed $10 

(2) Subsections 4 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



/ LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO o. Reg. 26/96 487 

ONTARIO REGULATION 25/96 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 2, 19% 
Filed: February 2. 1996 

DISSOLUTION OF LOCAL BOARDS 

1 . A municipality does not have the power under section 2 1 0.4 of the 
Act to dissolve the following local boards: 

1 . A society as defmed in section 3 of the Child and Family Ser- 
vices Act. 

2. A district welfare administration board established under the 
District Welfare Administration Boards Act. 

3. A board of health as defined in section 1 of the Health Protection 
and Promotion Act. 

4. A committee of management and a board of management estab- 
lished under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act. 

5. A board as defined in section I of the Public Libraries Act. 

6. A public utility commission established under the Public Util- 
ities Act or any other Act which is responsible for the distribution 
and supply of electrical power or energy. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



1196 

ONTARIO REGULATION 24/96 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: December 13, 1995 

Approved: January 31, 1996 

Filed: February 2, 1996 

Amending Reg. 761 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Milk and Milk Products) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 761 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 100/95, 101/95, 102/95 and 348/95. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Subsection 57 (2) of Regulation 761 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(2) Every sample shall be tested, no later than six days after the day 
the sample is taken, by an infrared milk analyzer at a laboratory 
approved by the Director. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



James Wheeler 
Chair 



Dated at Toronto on February 2, 1996. 
7/96 

ONTARIO REGULATION 26/96 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 2, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 1996 

"FEES AND CHARGES" BY-LAWS 

1. A municipality or local board does not have the power under sec- 
tion 220. 1 of the Act to impose fees or charges on a class of persons that 
is comprised solely of the Crown. 

2. A municipality or local board does not have the power under sec- 
tion 220. 1 of the Act to impose fees or charges on the Crown. 

(a) for ensuring court security under section 137 of the Police Ser- 
vices Act or otherwise; or 

(b) for escorting and conveying persons in custody. 

3. A municipality or local board does not have the power under sec- 
tion 220. 1 of the Act to impose fees or charges to obtain revenue to pay 
growth-related net capital costs as defined in section 1 of the Develop- 
ment Charges Act. 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on December 13, 1995. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 27/96 

made under the 
MUNICIPAL ACT 

Made: February 2, 1996 
Filed: February 2, 1996 

LICENSING POWERS 

1. A local municipality does not have the power under Part XVH.l 
of the Act to pass a by-law to license, regulate or govern the operation 
of a group home as defined in subsection 240 ( 1 ) of the Act. 

2. (I) A local municipality does not have the power under Part 
XVII. 1 of the Act to pass a by-law to license, regulate or govern the 
rental of a residential unit. 

(2) For the purpose of subsection ( 1 ), "residential unit" means a unit 
that, 

(a) consists of a self-contained set of rooms located in a building or 
structure; 

(b) is used as a residential premises; 

(c) contains kitchen and bathroom facilities that are used only by 
the occupants of the unit; 

(d) is used as a single housekeeping unit, which includes a unit in 
which no occupant has exclusive possession of any part of the 
unit; and 

(e) has a means of egress to the outside of the building or structure, 
which may be a means of egress through another residential 
unit. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 2, 1 996. 

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Publications under tiie Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—02—24 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 28/96 

made under the 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 5, 1996 

Amending Reg. 538 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Indian Bands) 

Regulation 538 has not been amended in 1995. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 



2. (1) Paragraph 2 of Part 4 of Schedule 24 to the Regulation is 
revolted and the following substituted: 



L The Schedule to Regulation 538 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following item: 

106. Whitesand First Nation 



8/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 29/96 

made under the 
fflGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 30, 1996 
Filed: February 5, 1996 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 



Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 4/95, 65/95, 123/95, 189/95, 269/95, 
376/95 and 495/95. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. (1) Paragraph 6 of Part 2 of Schedule 13 to Regulation 619 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



6. That part of the King's Highway known as 
District of No. 11 in the Territorial District of 

Cochrane — Cochrane lying between a point situate 

640 metres measured westerly from its 
Town of Smooth intersection with the westerly limit of the 

Rock Falls King's Highway known as No. 652 and 

579 in the townships of Glackmeyer and 
Twps. of Lamarche and a point situate 100 metres 

Glackmeyer and measured easterly from its intersection 

Lamarche with the centre line of the King's Highway 

known No. 624 in the Town of Smooth 

Rock Falls. 

(2) Clause 4 (a) of Part 4 of Schedule 13 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Essex- 



Town of LaSalle 



That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 18 in the Town of LaSalle in the 
County of Essex lying between a point 
situate 100 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Martin Lane and a 
point situate 60 metres measured northerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Essex County 
Road 3. 



(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 6 of Schedule 24 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



Essex — 

City of Windsor 

Town of LaSalle 



That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 18 in the Town of LaSalle in the 
County of Essex lying between a point 
situate 100 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Martin Lane and a 
point situate at its intersection with the 
centre line of the roadway known as 
Morton Drive in the City of Windsor. 



3. (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 5 of Schedule 150 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



District of 
Manitoulin — 

Twp. of Carnarvon 



That part of the King's Highway known as 
No. 542 in the Township of Carnarvon in 
the Territorial District of Manitoulin 
beginning at a point 1250 metres measured 
easterly from its intersection with the 
centre line of the easterly junction of the 
King's Highway known as No. 551 and 
extending westerly for a distance of 550 
metres. 



(2) Paragraph 2 of Part 6 of Schedule 150 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



2. That part of the King's Highway known as 

District of No. 542 in the Territorial District of 

Manitoulin — Manitoulin beginning at a point situate 700 

metres measured easterly from its 

Twp. of Carnarvon intersection with the centre line of the 

easteriy junction of the King's Highway 

known as No. 551 and extending westerly 

for a distance of 700 metres. 

Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



(a) beginning at a point situate 300 metres measured easterly from 
its intersection with the Matagami Railway and a point situate 
100 metres measured easterly from its intersection with the 
King's Highway known as No. 634. 



Dated at Toronto on January 30, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 30/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 30, 1996 
Filed: Febraary 5, 1996 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 4/95, 65/95, 123/95, 189/95, 269/95, 
376/95, 495/95 and 29/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. (1) Part 1 of Schedule 73 to Regulation 619 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 

Dated at Toronto on January 30, 1996. 



O. Reg. 32/9( 



8/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 31/96 

made under the 

ONTARIO PLANNING. AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 1994 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 6, 1996 

Revoking Reg. 908 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parkway Belt Planning Area) 

1. Regulation 908 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 



1 . That part of the King's Highway known as 
Simcoe — No. 69 lying between a point situate at its 

intersection with the centre line of the 
Twp. of Tay King's Highway known as No. 12 in the 

Township of Tay in the County of Simcoe 
District and a point situate 700 metres measured 

Municipality of northerly from its intersection with the 

Muskoka — centre line of the roadway known as 

Hidden Glen Road in the Township of 
Twp. of Georgian Georgian Bay, (Geographic Township of 

Bay Baxter), in the District Municipality of 

Muskoka. 

(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 73 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



1 . That part of the King's Highway known as 
District No. 69 lying between a point situate 700 

Municipality of metres measured northerly from its 

Muskoka — intersection with the centre line of the 

roadway known as Hidden Glen Road in 
Twp. of Georgian the Township of Georgian Bay, 

Bay (Geographic Township of Baxter), in the 

District Municipality of Muskoka and a 
District of Parry point situate 245 metres measured 

Sound — southerly from its intersection with the 

centre line of the King's Highway known 
Twp. of Foley as No. 5 1 8 in the Township of Foley in the 

Territorial District of Parry Sound. 

2. (1) Paragraph 1 of Part 1 of Schedule 123 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 



1 . That part of the King's Highway known as 
Municipality of No. 400 lying between a point situate at its 

Metropolitan intersection with the southerly limit of the 

Toronto — structure over the King's Highway known 

as No. 401 in the City of North York in the 
City of North York Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto and 

a point situate at its intersection with the 
Simcoe — centre line of the King's Highway known 

as No. 12 in the Township of Tay in the 
Twp. of Tay County of Simcoe. 

(2) Paragraph 1 of Part 2 of Schedule 123 to the Regulation is 
revoked. 



Al Paixadini 
Minister of Transportation 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on January 31, 1996. 
8/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 32/96 

made under the 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: January 30, 1996 
Filed: February 8, 1996 

Amending Reg. 826 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Area of Development Control) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 826 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 386/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Regulation 826 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

13. Despite section 2, paragraph 4 of the Schedule to Regulation 683 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as it read on December 31, 
1990, shall be deemed to read as follows: 

4. In the Township of Lindsay in the County of Bruce described as 
follows: 

i. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly boundary of 
the Township of Lindsay and the easterly limit of a deviated 
road known locally as Forty Hills Road in Lot 1 of 
Concession V East of Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Forty Hills Road 
to intersect with the westerly limit of Concession V, East of 
Bury Road in Lot 2; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession V 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 4; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 4 to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 4 in Concession VI, East of Bury 
Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession VI 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 7; 



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537 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 7 and the 
prolongation thereof to the northwesterly angle of Lot 7 in 
Concession VII; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession VII 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 10; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 10 to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 10 in Concession VIII; 

Thence northerly along the westerly lintit of Concession 
VIII East of Bury Road to the southwesterly angle of Lot 18; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 18 to the 
southwesterly angle of said Lot 18 in Concession VII East of 
Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession VII 
to the southwesterly angle of Lot 19; 

Thence westerly crossing the road allowance and following 
the southerly limit of Lot 19 to the southwesterly angle of 
Lot 19 in Concession VI East of Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession VI 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 22; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 22 and its 
prolongation thereof to the northwesterly angle of Lot 22 in 
Concession VII East of Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession VII 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 33; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 33 to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 33 in Concession VIII East of 
Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession 
Vin to the northwesterly angle of Lot 37; 



Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession XI 
to the southeasterly angle of Lot 42; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 42 and its 
westerly prolongation thereof to the centre line of the 
travelled road between Concession IX and VIII East of Bury 
Road; 

Thence northerly following along the centre line of the 
travelled road to a point of intersection where the centre line 
crosses with the westerly limit of Concession IX East of 
Bury Road as the road turns easterly to follow an east/west 
direction; 

Thence north 52° west in a straight line to intersect with the 
northerly boundary of the Township of Lindsay; 

Thence easterly along the northerly boundary to the 
westerly shoreline of Georgian Bay; 

Thence in a southeasterly, southerly and southwesterly 
direction following the shoreline to intersect with the 
westerly limit of Concession XII East of Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession XII 
to the southwesterly angle of Lot 39; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 39 to 
intersect with the northwesterly angle of the lands shown on 
a Plan registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Bruce (No. 3) as Number 427; 

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point on the 
easterly limit of Concession XI in Lot 38 a distance of 91 .44 
metres measured northerly along the easterly limit of 
Concession XI from the southeasterly angle of Lot 38; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Lots 38 and 37 
to intersect with the northerly angle of a Plan registered in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Bruce 
(No.3) as Number 364; 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 37 and its 
prolongation thereof to the northwesterly angle of Lot 37 in 
Concession IX East of Bury Road; 



Thence southwesterly along the northwesterly limit of Plan 
364 to the southerly limit of Lot 36 in Concession X East of 
Bury Road; 



Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession IX 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 39; 



Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 36 to the 
westerly shore of Georgian Bay; 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 39 and its 
prolongation thereof to the northwesterly angle of Lot 39 in 
Concession XIII East of Bury Road; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession 
XIII to the southerly shoreline of Gillies Lake; 

Thence northerly along the northerly prolongation of the 
westerly limit of Concession XIII to the point of intersection 
with the westerly prolongation of the southerly limit of Lot 

42; 



Thence southwesterly along the westerly shore of the Bay to 
intersect with the southerly limit of Lot 35; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 35 to the 
northerly angle of Part 1 within a Plan deposited in the Land 
Registry Office for the Registry Division of Bruce (No.3) as 
number 3R-2640; 

Thence in a southerly, southwesterly and southeasterly 
direction following the easterly limit of Part 1 within Plan 
3R-2640 to the southerly angle of Part 1 ; 



Thence westerly following the westerly prolongation of the 
southerly limit of Lot 42 to intersect with the westerly 
shoreline of Gillies Lake; 



Thence south 37° 03' 30" east crossing a township road in 
Lot 33, Concession IX East of Bury Road to intersect with 
the southerly Limit of that township road; 



Thence in a northerly and westerly direction following 
along the westerly and southwesterly shoreline of the Lake 
to intersect with the easterly limit of Concession XI East of 
Bury Road; 



Thence easterly along the southerly limit of the road to the 
westerly limits of Kent Avenue as shown on a Plan 
Registered in the Land registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Bruce (No.3) as number 367; 



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Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Kent Avenue a 
distance of 121.92 metres to a southwesterly angle of Plan 
367; 

Thence north 83° 15' east 30 metres to a point on the 
southerly limit of Lot 86 of Plan 367; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the 
southerly limit of Lot 33, Concession IX East of Bury Road 
a distance of 480 metres measured easterly from the 
westerly limit of Concession IX East of Bury Road; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 33 to the 
westerly shoreline of Georgian Bay; 

Thence southerly along the westerly shoreline of the Bay to 
the easterly prolongation of the northerly limit of a Plan 
Registered in the Land RegisUy Office for the Registry 
Division of Bruce (No.3) as number 396; 

Thence westerly to and along the northerly limit of Plan 396 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 24 in the Plan; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Plan 396 to the 
southerly angle of lot 14 in the Plan; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 14 to the 
westerly limit of a street as shown on Plan 396; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of the street to the 
northerly limit of a Plan Registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Bruce (No.3) as number 
394; 

Thence southwesterly along the northerly limit of Plan 394 
to a point of intersection with the northwesterly 
prolongation of the southwesterly limit of Lot 21 in Plan 
394; 

Thence southeasterly to and along the southwesterly limit of 
Lot 21 and the southwesterly limit of Plan 394 to a point of 
intersection with the southwesterly prolongation of the 
northerly limit of Lot 20 in Plan 394; 

Thence north 53° 48' east along the southwesterly 
prolongation and the northerly limit of Lot 20 in Plan 394 
and its northeasterly prolongation thereof to the westerly 
shoreline of Georgian Bay; 

Thence southerly along the westerly shoreline of the Bay to 
intersect with the southerly limit of Lot 20 in Concession IX 
East of Bury Road; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 20 to the 
southwesterly angle of Part 34 within a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Bruce 
(No.3) as number R- 190; 

Thence southeasterly along the southerly limit of Part 34 in 
Plan R- 190 to the southerly angle of Part 34; 

Thence north 5° 17' 30" east along the southerly limit of 
Plan R- 190 to the westerly shoreline of Georgian Bay; 

Thence southerly along the westerly shoreline around Cape 
Chin to intersect with the southerly limit of Lot 15 in 
Concession IX; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 15 to the 
northwesterly angle of a Plan deposited in the Land Registry 



Office for the Registry Division of Bruce (No.3) as number 
R-160; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Plan R-160 to 
intersect with the northwesterly angle of a Plan deposited in 
the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Bruce 
(No.3) as number R- 159; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Plan R-159 to 
the southerly Limit of Lot 1 1 in Concession IX East of Bury 
Road. 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 11 to the 
westerly shoreline of Georgian Bay; 

Thence southerly along the westerly shoreline of the Bay to 
intersect with the southerly boundary of the Township of 
Lindsay; 

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the 
Township of Lindsay to the place of beginning. 

Except for: 

Beginning at the southeasterly angle of Lot 34 in 
Concession VIII East of Bury Road; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 34 a 
distance of 300 metres to a point; 

Thence northerly and parallel with the easterly limit of 
Concession VIII to the northerly limit of Lot 34; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 34 and its 
easterly prolongation thereof to a point a distance of 504 
metres measured easterly from the northwesterly angle of 
Lot 34 in Concession IX; 

Thence southerly in a straight line to a point on the southerly 
limit of Lot 34 a distance of 260 metres measured easterly 
from the southwesterly angle of that Lot 34; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the 
southerly limit of Part 1 , within the aforementioned Plan 
number 3R-2640, a distance 33 metres measured westerly 
from the southerly angle of that Part I ; 

Thence southerly crossing a Township road and parallel 
with the westerly limit of Concession IX to the southerly 
limit of that township road in Lot 33; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of the township 
road to a point 315 metres measured easterly at right angles 
from the westerly limit of Concession IX; 

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to a point 228 metres 
measured easterly at right angles from the westerly limit of 
Concession IX and 202 metres measured northerly at right 
angles from the southerly limit of Lot 33; 

Thence westerly in a suaight line to a point on the easterly 
limit of Concession VIII 120 metres measured southerly 
along the easterly limit of the Concession from the 
southeasterly angle of Lot 34; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Concession VIII 
to the place of beginning. 

ii. Beginning at the southeasterly angle of Lot 43 in 
Concession VI East of Bury Road; 



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Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 43 in 
Concessions VI and V and its westerly prolongation to the 
northerly boundary of the Township of Lindsay; 

Thence northeasterly along the northerly boundary of the 
township to intersect with the northerly prolongation of the 
easterly limit of Concession VI East of Bury Road; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession VI 
East of Bury Road to the place of beginning. 



Brenda Elliott 
Minister of Environment and Energy 



Dated at Toronto on January 30, 1996. 
8/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 33/96 

made under the 

NIAGARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: January 30, 1996 
Filed: February 8, 1996 

Amending Reg. 828 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Development within the Development Control Area) 

Note: Regulation 828 has not been amended in 1994 or 1995. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario. 1993. 

1. Schedule 1 to Regulation 828 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following item: 



County of Bruce 
0.1 By-law 12-86 



Township of Lindsay 



Brenda Elliott 
Minister of Environment and Energy 



Dated at Toronto on January 30, 1996. 



8/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 34/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 5, 1996 
Filed: February 9, 1996 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER TO 

APPROVE FORECLOSURES OR THE EXERCISE OF 

POWERS OF SALE 

L (I) All authority of the Minister to give approvals under 
subsection 50 (18) of the Act is hereby delegated to the Manitoulin 
Planning Board in respect of all the land situate in its planning area. 

(2) The delegation is subject to the following conditions: 

I. Each application received shall be assigned a separate file 
number. 



2. The secretary-treasurer of the Manitoulin Planning Board shall, 
within 14 days of receipt of an application for an approval under 
subsection 50 ( 1 8) of the Act and at least 1 4 day s before the date 
that the application is to be considered by the Planning Board, 
provide a copy of the application and a request for written 
comments to the persons and public bodies listed in subsection 
4 (4) of Ontario Regulation 41/95, unless the person or public 
body has notified the secretary-treasurer that they do not wish to 
receive a copy of the application. 

(3) The delegation does not apply to any application for an approval 
under subsection 50 (18) of the Act made to the Minister before 
February 12, 1996. 

2. No approval to an application under subsection 50 ( 1 8) of the Act 
shall be given unless the approval conforms with any official plan, 
zoning by-law or Minister's zoning order under clause 47 ( 1 ) (a) of the 
Act that applies to the land that is the subject of the application. 

3. The delegation of authority set out in this Regulation is not 
terminated by reason only that a condition set out in subsection 1 (2) is 
not complied with. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on February 12, 1996. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 5, 19%. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 35/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 5, 1996 
Filed: February 9, 1996 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY OF MINISTER TO ISSUE 
CERTIFICATES OF VALIDATION 

1. (1) All authority of the Minister to issue certificates of validation 
under section 57 of the Act is hereby delegated to the Manitoulin 
Planning Board in respect of all the land situate in its planning area. 

(2) The delegation is subject to the following conditions: 

1. Each application received shall be assigned a separate file 
number. 

2. The secretary-treasurer of the Manitoulin Planning Board shall, 
within 14 days of receipt of an application for a certificate of 
validation under section 57 and at least 14 days before the date 
that the application is to be considered by the Planning Board, 
provide a copy of the application and a request for written 
comments to the persons and public bodies listed in subsection 
4 (4) of Ontario Regulation 41/95, unless the person or public 
body has notified the secretary-treasurer that they do not wish to 
receive a copy of the application. 

(3) The delegation does not apply to any application for a certificate 
of validation under section 57 of the Act made to the Minister before 
February 12, 1996. 

2. No certificate of validation under section 57 of the Act shall be 
issued unless the certificate conforms with any official plan, zoning 
by-law or Minister's zoning order under clause 47 ( 1 ) (a) of the Act that 
applies to the land that is the subject of the application. 



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3. The delegation of authority set out in this Regulation is not 
terminated by reason only that a condition set out in subsection 1 (2) is 
not complied with. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on February 12, 1996. 



Al Leach 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 5, 1996. 

8/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 36/96 

made under the 

PHYSICIAN SERVICES DELIVERY 

MANAGEMENT ACT, 1995 

Made: January 31, 1996 
Filed: February 9, 1996 

DESIGNATION OF RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS 

1. (1) The following rights and obligations are designated for the 
purposes of section 1 of the Act: 

1. All rights and obligations under the "1991 Framework Agree- 
ment" and under the "1991 Interim Agreement on Economic 



Arrangements", both agreements having been executed by the 
Ontario Medical Association on May 4, 1 99 1 and by the Govern- 
ment of Ontario on May 10, 1991 . 

2. All rights and obligations under the Agreement entitled 
"Payment of Canadian Medical Protective Association Fund 
Premiums for 1989, 1990 and 1991 and of Dues to the OMA for 
representing Physicians" dated April 2, 1991. 

3. All rights and obligations under the "1993 Agreement on 
Economic Arrangements" dated August 1, 1993 except, 

i. all rights and obligations set out in paragraphs 1, subject to 
subsection (2). 

ii. the rights and obligations set out in paragraphs 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 
of paragraph 9, in paragraphs 10, 11 and 13 and in Schedule 
12. 

4. The right to have an issue referred to an Umpire under paragraph 
(vii) of Article 1 1 of the agreement entitled "In the matter of the 
Health Service Organization Central Agreement and the H.S.O. 
Contract" and dated August 1, 1993. 

(2) The right to have a reduction mentioned in paragraph 1 .7, 1 .8 or 
1.9 of paragraph 1 of the "1993 Agreement on Economic Arrange- 
ments" dated August 1, 1993 carried out in accordance with paragraphs 
15 and 16 is designated for the purposes of section 1 of the Act. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—03—02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 37/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 17, 1996 
Filed: February 12, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 672/81 

(District of Manitoulin — Geographic Townships of Campbell, 

Dawson, Mills and Robinson) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Ontario Regulation 672/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 363/95, 462/95 and 
549/95. For prior amendments, see the Tables of Regulations 
in the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 
1994. 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by adding the following 
section: 

182. (1) Despite subsection 50 (1), one seasonal dwelling together 
with accessory buildings and structures may be erected, located and 
used on the land described in subsection (2) if the following 
requirements are met: 



1. 


Minimum lot area 


4,046 square metres 


2. 


Minimum lot frontage 


46 metres 


3. 


Maximum lot coverage 


15 percent 


4. 


Minimum front yard 


7.5 metres 


5. 


Minimum rear yard 


7.5 metres 


6. 


Minimum side yard 


3 metres on one side 

and 
1 .5 metres on the other side 


7. 


Maximum building 
height 


9 metres 


8. 


Minimum ground floor 
area 


55 square metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Robinson, in the Disuict of Manitoulin, being part of Lot 
2 in Concession 1, designated as Part 5 on Reference Plan R.R. 23, 
deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of 
Manitoulin (No. 31). 



Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 38/96 

made under the 

NL\GARA ESCARPMENT PLANNING AND 

DEVELOPMENT ACT 

Made: February 6, 19% 
Filed: February 14, 1996 

Amending Reg. 826 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Designation of Area of Development Control) 

Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 826 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 386/95 and 32/96. For prior amendments, 
see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



Dated at Toronto on January 17, 1996. 



9/96 



I. Regulation 826 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

14. Despite section 2, paragraph 11 of the Schedule to Regulation 
683 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1980, as it read on the 31st 
day of December, 1990, shall be deemed to read as follows: 

II. In the Township of Collingwood in the County of Grey, 
described as follows: 

i. Beginning at the southeasterly angle of the Township of 
Collingwood; 

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the said 
Township to intersect the southerly prolongation of the 
westerly limit of Concession IV; 

Thence northerly along southerly prolongation and that 
westerly limit to the northwesterly angle of Lot 3 in 
Concession IV; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 3 to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 3 in Concession III; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession III 
to the southwesterly angle of Lot 8; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 8 to the 
southwesterly angle of Lot 8 in Concession IV; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession IV 
to intersect with the southerly limit of County Road Number 
19; 

Thence easterly along that southerly limit to the easteriy 
limit of Concession IV; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession IV 
to the northerly limit of the southerly half of Lot 8; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of the southerly 
half of Lot 8 and its easterly prolongation thereof to the 
westerly limit of Concession II; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession II 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 12; 



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Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 12 and its 
easterly prolongation to the easterly boundary of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary to intersect 
the easterly prolongation of the southerly limit of Lot 10 in 
Concession I; 



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a Township of Collingwood deviation road leading to a 
subdivision known locally as Swiss Meadows; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of that deviation 
road to the easterly limits of a Plan registered in the Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Grey North (No. 16) as 
Number 807; 



Thence westerly along the southerly limit to the 
southeasterly angle of Lot 10 in Concession II; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession II to 
the northeasterly angle of Lot 7; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 7 and its 
easterly prolongation to the easterly boundary of the 
Township of Collingwood; 

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary to the place of 
beginning. 

ii. Beginning at the southeasterly angle of Lot 13 in 
Concession III; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 13 to the 
southwesterly angle of Lot 13 in Concession III; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession III 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 13; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 13 to the 
westerly limit of the easterly half of Concession III; ^ 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the easterly half 
of Concession III to the northerly limit of Lot 15; 



Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Plan 807 and its 
northerly prolongation to the southerly limit of Lot 19 in 
Concession III; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 19 to a 
point 58 metres measured easterly from the westerly limit of 
Concession III; 

Thence northerly and parallel with that distance from the 
westerly limit to the southerly limit of Lot 20; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 20 to the 
westerly limit of the easterly half of Concession IV; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of the easterly half 
to the southerly limit of Lot 21; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 21 to the 
southwesterly angle of Lot 21 in Concession IV; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession IV 
to the southeasterly angle of Lot 22; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 22 to the 
southwesterly angle of Lot 22 in Concession V; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession V 
to the southwesterly angle of Lot 23; 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 15 a 
distance of 250 metres to a point; 

Thence southerly and parallel with the easterly limit of 
Concession III to the northerly limit of Lot 13; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 1 3 to the 
northeasterly angle of Lot 13 in Concession III; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession III 
to the place of beginning. 

ill. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly limit of Lot 1 5 
in Concession II and the westerly limit of Scenic Caves 
Road; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 15 to the 
northeasterly limit of Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence in a northwesterly direction following the 
northeasterly and northerly limits of Scenic Caves Road to 
a point 1 20 metres measured easterly at right angles from the 
westerly limit of Concession II; 

Thence northerly and parallel with that distance from the 
westerly limit of Concession II to the southerly limit of Lot 
16; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 16 to the 
easterly limit of Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence northerly along the easterly and northeasterly limits 
of Scenic Caves Road to intersect with the easterly limit of 



Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 23 to the 
southwesterly angle of Lot 23 in Concession VI; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession V 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 25; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 25 to its 
intersection with the easterly limit of a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Grey 
North (No. 16) as Number 16R-1020; 

Thence southeriy along the easterly limit of Plan 16R-1020 
to a northerly angle of Part 15 within a Plan deposited in the 
Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Grey 
North (No. 16) as Number 16R-1649; 

Thence north 86° 6'east 121.8 metres to an angle therein; 

Thence north 17° 15' 3" west 24.14 metres to an angle 
therein; 

Thence north 86° 6' east 25.91 metres to an angle therein; 

Thence north 17° 15' west 36.58 metres to an angle therein; 

Thence north 86° 40' east 24.23 metres to an angle therein; 

Thence north 10° 5' west 22.20 metres to the southwesterly 
angle of a Plan deposited in the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Grey North (No. 16) as Number 
16R-1929; 

Thence north 85° 32' 30" east 2.68 metres to the 
southeasterly angle of said Plan; 



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Thence north 59' 50" west 23.13 metres to an angle therein; 

Thence north 1° 51' 50" west 35.71 metres to the 
northeasterly angle of Plan 16R-1929; 

Thence south 85° 32' 30" west 11.48 metres to the 
northwesterly angle of Plan 16R-1929, being the westerly 
limit of Part 20 within Plan 16R-1649; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit to the 
northwesterly angle of Part 20; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limits of Part 20, 30, 31 
and 19 to the northeasterly angle of Part 19 within Plan 
16R-1649; 

Thence north 81° 2' 30" east 22.86 metres to a 
southwesterly angle of a Plan registered in the Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Grey North (No. 16) as 
Number 903 being the southerly limit of Wensley Drive; 

Thence easterly along the said southerly limit to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 25 in Plan 903; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Lots 25, 23 and 
22 to the southwesterly angle of Lot 22 in Plan 903; 

Thence in an easterly direction along the southerly limit of 
Lot 21, 20 and 19 to the southeasterly angle of Lot 19 in Plan 
903; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of Plan 903 to the 
southerly limit of the right-of-way of the Canadian National 
Railways; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of the right-of-way 
to the northwesterly angle of a Plan registered in the 
Registry Office of Grey North (No. 16) as Number 425; 

Thence south 9° 10' 30" east along the westerly limit to the 
southwesterly angle of Plan 425; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Plan 425 to the 
easterly limit of Lot 25 in Concession V; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession V to 
the point of intersection with the westerly prolongation of 
the southerly limit of Hidden Lake Road; 

Thence southerly 9 1 .440 metres along the said easterly limit 
of Concession V to a point; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the 
northerly limit of the southerly half of Lot 23 in Concession 
IV, being on a bearing of north 73° 34' east and a distance 
of 294.970 metres from the most southwesterly angle of a 
Plan registered in the Registry Office of Grey North (No. 16) 
as Number 880; 

Thence north 73° 34' east along the said southerly limit of 
the northerly half of Lot 23 in Concession IV a distance of 
1 15.86 metres to a point; 

Thence south 34° 1 ' 25" east 305.672 metres to a point; 

Thence easterly following the courses and distances north 
72° 54' 30" east 100.825 metres and north 70° 53' 15" east 
54.501 metres to a point; 



Thence south 9° 25' 35" west crossing into Lot 22, 
Concession IV, 19.0 metres to a point; 

Thence north 75° 25' 35" east 28.5 metres to a point; 

Thence south 61 ° 29' 13" east 10.0 metres to a point; 

Thence south 42° 14' 15" east 43.0 metres to a point; 

Thence south 27° 59' 15" east 60.9 metres to a point; 

Thence south 19° 39' 35" east 85.562 metres to intersect the 
northerly limit of a Plan registered in the Land Registry 
Office for the Registry Division of Grey North (No. 16) as 
Number 1045; 

Thence westerly along the northerly limit to the 
northwesterly angle of Plan 1045; 

Thence southerly, southwesterly and southerly along the 
westerly limits to the southwesterly angle of Plan 1045, 
being the southerly limit of Lot 22 in Concession IV; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit to the 
southeasterly angle of Lot 22; 

Thence southerly crossing the road allowance, along the 
easterly limit of Concession IV to the northeasterly angle of 
Lot 21; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 21 in 
Concession III to the northwesterly angle of a Plan 
registered in the Registry Office for the Registry Division of 
Grey North (No. 16) as Number 634; 

Thence southerly and southeasterly along the westerly limit 
to the southerly angle of Lot 39 within Plan 634; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the lot 
line between Lots 19 and 20 a distance of 375 metres 
measured westerly from the easterly limit of Concession III; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the 
southerly limit of Lot 19 a distance of 80 metres measured 
westerly from the easterly limit of Concession III; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 19 and 
following its easterly prolongation thereof to the westerly 
limit of Concession II; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Concession II 
to a point 75 metres measured southerly from the northerly 
limit of Lot 18; 

Thence easterly and parallel with the northerly limit of Lot 
18, 130 metres to a point; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the lot 
line between Lots 16 and 17 in Concession II a distance of 
70 metres measured westerly from the westerly limit of 
Winter Park Road; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to a point on the 
southerly limit of Lot 16 a distance of 52 metres measured 
westerly from the westerly limit of Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 16 to the 
westerly limit of Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Scenic Caves 
Road to the northeasterly angle of Part 2 within a Plan 



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Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 19 to the 
northeasterly angle of Lot 19 in Concession V; 



Thence westerly along the northerly limit to the 
northwesterly angle of Part 1 within Plan 16R-662; 



Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession V to 
the southeasterly angle of Lot 18; 



Thence southerly along the westerly limit to the 
southwesterly angle of Plan I6R-662; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of plan 16R-662 to 
the westerly limit of Scenic Caves Road; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of Scenic Caves 
Road to the place of beginning. 

iv. Beginning at the intersection of the southerly prolongation 
of the easterly limit of Concession X and the southerly 
boundary of the Township of CoUingwood; 

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary to the 
southwesterly angle of the Township of CoUingwood; 

Thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the said 
Township to intersect with the westerly prolongation of the 
northerly limit of Lot 12 in Concession XII; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to the 
northeasterly angle of Lot 12; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession XII 
to the northeasterly angle of Lot 1 1 ; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot II in 
Concession XI, X and IX and its easterly prolongation to the 
easterly limit of County Road Number 2 in Concession VIII; 

Thence northerly along the easterly limit of County Road 
Number 2 to the northerly limit of Lot 12; 



Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 18 to the 
easterly limit of the westerly half of Concession V; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of the westerly half 
of Concession V to the southerly limit of Lot 15; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 15 in 
Concession V and VI and its westerly prolongation to the 
southeasterly angle of Lot 15 in Concession VII; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession VI 
to the southeasterly angle of Lot 6; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 6 to the 
southeasterly angle of Lot 6 in Concession VIII; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession VIII 
to the southeasterly angle of Lot 5; 

Thence easterly along the southerly limit of Lot 5 and its 
westerly prolongation to intersect with the westerly limit of 
County Road Number 2; 

Thence southerly along the westerly limit of County Road 
Number 2 to the southerly limit of Lot 4 in Concession IX; 

Thence westerly along the southerly limit of Lot 4 to the 
southeasterly angle of Lot 4 in Concession X; 

Thence southerly along the easterly limit of Concession X 
and its southerly prolongation thereof to the place of 
beginning. 



Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 12 to the 
westerly limit of the easterly half of Concession VIII; 



Brenda Elliott 
Minister of Environment and Energy 



Thence northerly crossing the toad allowance, along the 
said westerly limit of the easterly half of the Concession VIII 
to the northerly limit of Lot 16; 

Thence easterly along the said northerly limit to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 16 in Concession VII; 

Thence northerly along the westerly limit of Concession VII 
to the northwesterly angle of Lot 18; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 1 8 to the 
northwesterly angle of Lot 18 in Concession VI; 

Thence northerly crossing the road allowance, along the 
westerly limit of Concession VI to the northwesterly angle 
of Lot 21; 

Thence easterly along the northerly limit of Lot 21 to the 
easterly limit of the westerly half of Concession VI; 

Thence southerly along the said easterly limit of the 
westerly half to the northerly limit of Lot 19 in Concession 
VI; 



Dated at Toronto on February 6, 19%. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 39/96 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 15, 19% 

Amending O. Reg. 334/95 

(Joint Health and Safety Committees — Exemption from 

Requirements) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 334/95 has not previously been amended. 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 334/95 is amended by 
striking out "January 1, 1996" and substituting "July 1, 1996". 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 40/96 

made under the 
INSURANCE ACT 

Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 15, 1996 

Amending Reg. 673 of R.R.O. 1990 

(Order under Paragraph 1 of subsection 108 (2) of the Act — 

Rates of Interest) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 673 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 239/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Regulation 673 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following item: 



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Union of Canada Life Insurance 



6% during the first 15 years; 9% Whole life plan (Ultra Life Insurance policies) issued 
after the 15th year during 1994. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 41/96 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 



Made: February 15- 
Filed: February 16, 



1996 
1996 



Amending Reg. 422 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Potatoes — Marketing) 

Note: Regulation 422 has not been amended in 1995. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 

1. Section 13 of Regulation 422 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following clause: 

(i.l) subject to orders made under subsection 7 (4) of die Act, 
providing for the control and regulation of agreements entered 
into by producers of potatoes with persons engaged in 
processing potatoes and providing for the prohibition of any 
provision in such agreements; 

2. Sections 18 to 23 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

18. The following classes of potatoes are established: 

1. Potatoes for chips, being potatoes used to produce potato chips. 

2. Potatoes for soups and stews, being potatoes used to pnxluce 
soups and stews. 

3. Prepeeled potatoes, being potatoes that are prepeeled and used 
to produce products other than those mentioned in paragraphs 1 
and 2. 

19. (1) In each year there shall be a negotiating agency for each 
group of one or more processors of a particular class of potatoes who 
gives written notice to the local board and the Commission of the names 
of the processors in the group by January 15. 



(2) A negotiating agency shall be composed of not more than six 
members, of whom the local board and the processors in the group for 
which the agency is established may each appoint not more than three. 

(3) The members of a negotiating agency are members for the 
calendar year in respect of which they are appointed. 

(4) If a member is unable or unwilling to act, the local board or the 
processor who appointed the member shall appoint a replacement. 

20. (1) If no negotiating agency is established for a processor or if 
the members of a negotiating agency appointed by a group of 
processors do not negotiate any of the matters mentioned in subsection 
2 1 ( 1 ) with the members of the agency appointed by the local board, the 
local board shall determine which of the agreements made by a 
negotiating agency or the awards made by an arbitration board shall 
apply to the processor or the group of processors, as the case may be. 

(2) An agreement or an award described in subsection (2) shall be 
deemed to be an agreement or award for the purposes of subsection 7 
(4) of the Act. 

21. (1) Each negotiating agency is empowered to adopt or settle by 
agreement in respect of the class of potatoes of the processors in the 
group for which the agency is established, 

(a) minimum prices for the potatoes or for any variety, grade or size 
of the potatoes; 

(b) terms, conditions and forms of agreements relating to the 
producing or marketing of the potatoes; and 

(c) any charges, costs or expenses relating to the producing or 
marketing of the potatoes. 

(2) Anything that a negotiating agency adopts or settles by 
agreement under subsection (1) is binding on the processors in the 
group for which the agency is established. 

22. (1) A negotiating agency shall notify the Commission if, 

(a) by 4 p.m. on February 29 in 1996 or the second Friday of 
February in subsequent years, it does not reach an agreement on 



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all matters that it is empowered to adopt or settle by agreement; 
or 

(b) on an earlier date than the date mentioned in clause (a), it decides 
that it cannot reach an agreement on all matters that it is 
empowered to adopt or settle by agreement. 

(2) At the time of giving the notice, the negotiating agency shall send 
to the Commission, 

(a) a statement of the matters in dispute on which it has not reached 
an agreement; and 

(b) a statement of the final position on the matters in dispute of the 
members of the negotiating agency appointed by the local board 
and the members appointed by the processors. 



mentioned in subsection 22 (1), the Commission shall appoint the 
member subject to subsection (3)- 

(3) No arbitration board shall conduct more than one arbitration in 
the same year. 

24. (1) In making an award on a matter in issue, an arbitration board 
shall select without modification one of the statements of final position 
on the matter that the negotiating agency sent to the Commission under 
subsection 22 (2). 

(2) If the negotiating agency has sent to the Commission only one 
statement of final position on a matter in issue, the arbitration board 
shall select that statement as the award. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



(3) The Commission shall refer the matters in dispute to an 
arbitration board. 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 



23. (1) Subject to subsection (3), an arbitration board shall consist 
of one member appointed by the negotiating agency mentioned in 
subsection 22(1). 

• (2) If the members of the negotiating agency cannot agree on the 
member of the arbitration board within three days of giving the notice 



Gix)ria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto on February 15, 1996. 
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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 42/96 

made under the 
SURVEYORS ACT 

Made: September 6, 1995 

Approved: February 14, 1996 

Filed: February 20, 1996 

PERFORMANCE STANDARDS 
FOR THE PRACTICE OF CADASTRAL SURVEYING 



CONTENTS 

Sections 

Part I Interpretation 1 

Part II Field Survey Standards 2-9 

Part III Plans 10-25 

Part IV Surveyor's Real Property Report 26-28 

Part V Miscellaneous 29 

PARTI 
INTERPRETATION 

1. In this Regulation, 

"coordinate survey" means a survey made for the purpose of establish- 
ing the location of points on the surface of the earth by geographic 
or grid coordinates; 

"imperial units" means units of measurement in feet and decimals of a 
foot; 

"licensed member" means a member of the Association of Ontario Land 
Surveyors licensed to engage in the practice of cadastral surveying; 

"lot" means a lot or any other area defmed and designated by an original 
survey or by a registered plan; 

"metric units" means units of measurement in metres and decimals of 
a metre; 

"monument" includes any monument referred to in Ontario Regulation 
525/91 under the Surveys Act and any other thing, device or object 
used to mark or witness a boundary of surveyed lands; 

"original survey" has the same meaning as in section I of the Surveys 
Act; 

"property identifier" means a property identifier assigned under 
subsection 21 (2) or (4) of the Registry Act or under subsection 141 
(2) or (4) of the Land Titles Act; 

"subdivision unit" means, 

(a) a lot shown on the original plan of an original survey and 
includes a section, block, gore, reserve, common, mining 
location or mining claim, or 



(b) a lot, block, part or other unit of land shown on a plan registered 
or deposited under the Registry Act or the Land Titles Act. 

PART II 
FIELD SURVEY STANDARDS 

2. This Part applies to surveys performed by a licensed member 
while engaged in the practice of cadastral surveying. 

3. When undertaking a survey, a licensed member shall, 

(a) refer to the documentary evidence related to the land under 
survey and the land adjoining the land under survey; 

(b) carry out a thorough field investigation for the best available 
evidence of all lines, boundaries, and corners of the land under 
survey; and 

(c) give priority to the evidence in accordance with common law 
and statute law. 

4. The error of closure of field data, in respect of the perimeter of 
each parcel of land or closed traverse, shall not exceed, 

(a) for the first 30 metres of perimeter, an error of 30 millimetres; 

(b) for the next 300 metres in excess of 30 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 6 millimetres per 30 metres; 

(c) for the next 240 metres in excess of 330 metres of perimeter, an 
error of 3 millimetres per 30 metres; and 

(d) for a total perimeter of more than 570 metres, an error of one part 
in 5,000. 

5. Bearings shall be, 

(a) determined from astronomic or gyroscopic observations; 

(b) derived from a line of known astronomic bearing if survey 
evidence of such a line exists on the ground and the position of 
the line is described on the plan being prepared; or 

(c) derived from monuments in a coordinate survey. 

6. The position of topographic information required under section 
21 shall be determined by measurements at such intervals as the 
complexity of the topographic information demands and to such extent 
as will enable relocation of the topographic information. 

7. All survey measurements shall be verified by mathematical 
closure or independent measurement. 

8. If a survey is made for the purpose of defining, locating or 
describing a line, boundary or comer of a unit of land in relation to the 
regulated level of a body of water or defining a boundary in reference 
to an elevation, and no permanent bench mark exists within 300 metres 
of the site of the survey, a permanent bench mark, defined by a 
monument referred to in clause 2(1) (a), (b), (d), (e) or (0 of Ontario 
Regulation 525/91 or other durable and stable object, shall be 
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9. For each survey, field notes shall be prepared in the field and shall 
contain a clear and detailed account of everything found, observed and 
done in the field in the course of and relevant to the survey. 

PART in 
PLANS 

10. This Part applies to plans executed by a licensed member while 
engaged in the practice of cadastral surveying. 

11. The word "survey" is not to be used in the title of any plan unless 
the plan has been prepared from a survey of land made for the purpose 
of establishing, locating, defining or describing any line, boundary, or 
comer of a parcel of land, or land covered with water. 

12.(1) A plan shall, 

(a) be drawn on translucent linen or on translucent plastic material 
that is of durable quality and will not crack or break; 

(b) be rectangular; 

(c) be drawn and signed in black india ink or, if the plan is drawn on 
translucent plastic material, in black adhesion type ink; 

(d) be drawn to a scale or scales sufficient for clarity of all 
particulars on the plan; 

(e) be prepared to a drafting standard that will permit legible and 
accurate copies to be made from it; and 

(f) not be coloured. 

(2) The only handwriting to appear on a plan shall be the original 
signatures of persons required to sign the plan and the dates of the 
signatures. 

(3) Despite clauses (1) (a) and (c), a plan may be in whole or in part 
a photographic reproduction on plastic material that is of durable 
quality and will not crack or break, but all additions to the photographic 
reproduction shall be in black adhesion type ink, and signatures shall 
not be reproductions. 

(4) Despite clause (1) (c) the title, legend and margin and any 
applicable certificates and forms prescribed by the regulations under 
which the plan is prepared may be preprinted on a plan in a manner that 
is permanent and permits accurate and legible copies of the plan to be 
made. 

13. (I) A plan shall show, 

(a) every right-of-way and easement affecting the land shown on the 
plan that is, 

(i) described in a registered instrument, or 

(ii) shown on a registered or deposited plan; 

(b) the bearing and length of each straight line forming any 
surveyed limit or part of any limit, except that, in the case of a 
tier of subdivision units that is shown by the dimensions to be a 
series of parallelograms, the direction of each of the side lines of 
the subdivision units may be indicated by the bearings at both 
ends of the tier; 

(c) the radius, arc length, chord length and chord bearing of each 
curved line forming any limit or part of any limit; 



(d) the perpendicular or radial widths of all streets, lanes and public 
passages within the surveyed area of which the limits are parallel 
or concentric; 

(e) the straight line distance and bearing between the points of 
intersection of street limits on the same side of the street and, 
where all or part of any intersection is on a curve, the radius, arc 
length, chord length and chord bearing of the curved portion; 

(0 the location of the radial centre of an arc that forms a cul-de-sac, 
clearly defined with reference to the street or streets connected 
to the cul-de-sac; 

(g) an accurately plotted simple north point; 

(h) the scale to which the plan is drawn; and 

(i) if applicable, the name of the holder of the certificate of 
authorization. 

(2) The scale to which a plan is drawn shall be expressed in numerical 
form and a scale bar clearly identified as representing either feet or 
metres shall also be shown on the plan. 

(3) If space does not permit the showing of bearings and lengths, as 
required by clauses (1) (b) and (c), in their normal position, they may 
be shown in schedule form on the plan. 

14. ( 1 ) All distances on a plan shall be shown either in imperial units 
or in metric units. 

(2) A note in bold printing shall be included in a conspicuous 
position on every plan that indicates either that the distances shown on 
the plan, 

(a) are in metres and can be converted to feet by dividing by 0.3048, 
if distances on the plan are shown in metric units; or 

(b) are in feet and can be converted to metres by multiplying by 
0.3048, if distances on the plan are shown in imperial units. 

(3) If a survey has been integrated with a coordinate survey, notes 
shall be included on the plan of survey that indicate that, 

(a) the distances shown on the plan are adjusted ground or grid 
distances and can be used to compute grid or ground distances 
by multiplying or dividing the distances by the stated combined 
scale factor; and 

(b) the coordinate survey represented by the plan is based on the 
stated projection, zone and datum. 

15. Directions shall be shown on a plan in quadrantal bearings. 

16. (1) The origin of the bearings shall be noted on a plan and, 

(a) if bearings have been determined from astronomic or gyroscopic 
observations a note shall be included on the plan indicating 
whether the bearings are, 

(i) astronomic or gyroscopic, derived from observations on 
Polaris, or other stars or planets, or derived from gyroscopic 
observations, and 

(ii) referred to the meridian at a given longitude or through a 
stated point on the ground definable by survey; 

(b) if bearings have been derived from survey evidence of a line of 
known astronomic bearing, a note shall be included on the plan 
indicating the source of the bearings, the specified limit from 
which they are derived and the stated bearing; or 



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(c) if bearings have been derived from a coordinate survey, a note 
shall be included on the plan indicating that the bearings are grid 
bearings, are derived from the specified horizontal control 
monunnents with stated values and are referred to the stated 
central meridian. 

(2) The line referred to in clause (1) (b) and the evidence used to 
re-establish it shall be described on the plan. 

17. ( 1 ) By the use of light, broken or unbroken, lines of uniform 
width, a plan shall clearly and accurately show, 

(a) sufficient data to enable the identification of, 

(i) the limits of existing subdivision units included within the 
land surveyed, 

(ii) the limits defined by registered instruments or parcels 
affecting land included within the land surveyed, and 

(iii) the limits of subdivision units adjoining the land surveyed 
and the limits defined by instruments or parcels referred to 
in subclause (e)(ii) that Join or intersect the perimeter of the 
land surveyed; 

(b) sufficient data to enable the location of the parcel of land 
surveyed to be ascertained in relation to the limits of the lot of 
which it is a part; 

(c) the identifying numbers, letters or words of the existing 
subdivision units included within and adjoining the land 
surveyed; 

>- (d) if the plan includes land in a part of Ontario designated under 
Part II of the Land Registration Reform Act, the property 
identifiers assigned to, 

(i) the land surveyed, and 

(ii) the land adjoining the land surveyed; 

(e) if property identifiers have not been assigned, the numbers of, 

(i) the registered instruments or parcels referred to in subclause 
(a) (ii), and 

(ii) the registered instruments or parcels that define the limits of 
land adjoining the land surveyed; and 

(0 the new headings in the abstract index for each parcel included 
in the plan, if the plan includes land in an area that has been 
divided into parcels for abstract purposes under subsection 83 
(3) of the Registry Act. 

(2) Subclauses (1) (d) (ii) and (e) (ii) do not apply in respect of an 
undivided subdivision unit created by a registered plan of subdivision. 

18. There shall be shown on a plan by solid lines of uniform width 
significantly heavier than the lines referred to in section 17, 

(a) the boundaries of the land being surveyed; 

(b) in the case of a plan showing new subdivision units, the limits of 
the new subdivision units and the identifying numbers, letters or 
words of the new subdivision units; or 

(c) in the case of a plan showing boundaries sought to be confirmed 
under the Boundaries Act, the boundaries sought to be 
confirmed. 



19. A plan shall show, 

(a) the position and form of all survey evidence found, conflicting 
or otherwise; 

(b) the procedure used in re-establishing all existing boundaries 
forming part of a survey or on which a survey is dependent; and 

(c) the source of the distance or direction, if a distance or direction 
is set. 

20. (1) If a measurement of distance or direction to be shown on a 
plan differs from that shown on a previously registered or deposited 
plan or contained in a description in a previously registered insuniment 
or parcel, the measured distance or direction shall be identified on the 
plan and the corresponding distance or direction shown on the most 
recently registered or deposited plan or contained in the description in 
the most recently registered instrument or parcel shall be shown on the 
plan followed by such information as is required to identify its source. 

(2) Sufficient data shall be shown on a plan to permit the calculation 
of the error of closure in respect of the limits of each parcel of land 
shown on the plan. 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2) the errors of closure set out in 
section 4 apply. 

21. (1) On a plan of survey, 

(a) all topographic information shall be shown, 

(i) that forms, controls or marks the position of a boundary of 
the surveyed parcel, 

(ii) that may indicate an interest in the title to the surveyed 
parcel, or 

(iii) that indicates an encroachment from the surveyed parcel 
onto the adjacent lands or from the adjacent lands onto the 
surveyed parcel; and 

(b) all survey data necessary to define the position of topographic 
information required by clause (a) shall be shown and, in the 
case of subclause (a) (i), may be in schedule form. 

(2) Topographic information that is not required under clause (1) (a) 
shall not be shown on a plan of survey prepared for registration or 
deposit in a land registry office. 

(3) E>espite subsection (2), sufficient topographic information to 
illustrate the position of the boundary being surveyed in relation to the 
topographic information adjoining the boundary may be shown. 

(4) Subclauses (1) (a) (i) and (iii) do not apply in the case of existing 
boundaries of a previously surveyed public highway if the current plan 
of survey is prepared for the purpose of widening the highway. 

22. If a plan shows a part of a street or highway that has been stopped 
up or closed, the plan shall include a reference to the by-law or other 
instrument by which the street or highway was stopped up or closed and 
to the registration number of, 

(a) the by-law, if passed on or after March 29, 1873, in respect of 
lands registered under the Registry Act at the time the by-law was 
passed, or if passed on or after February 12, 1987, in respect of 
lands registered under the Land Titles Act; or 

(b) the other instrument. 

23. If a plan shows a boundary that was confirmed under the Surveys 
Act or confirmed and certified under the Boundaries Act or a 



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predecessor thereof, a reference to the confirmation and to the 
registered plan number, where apphcable, shall be included on the plan. 

24. (1) Every plan shall bear a title that includes, 

(a) the designation of every existing subdivision unit, except those 
subdivision units designated as parts, any portion of which is 
included in the land surveyed; 

(b) the new headings in the abstract index for each parcel included 
in the plan, if the plan includes land in an area that has been 
divided into parcels for abstract purposes under subsection 
83(3) of the Registry Act; 

(c) the name of the geographic township, if any, where the land was 
situate at the time of the original survey, except in the case of 
patented land within a registered plan; and 

(d) the name of the municipality and of the county, district, 
metropolitan or regional municipality where the land was situate 
on the day the plan was signed by the licensed member. 



PART IV 
SURVEYOR'S REAL PROPERTY REPORT 

26. For the purpose of this Part a surveyor's real property report is 
a survey that locates a building or structure in relation to the boundaries 
of a unit of land. 

27. ( 1 ) The documentation for a surveyor's real property report shall 
consist of a plan of survey and a written report. 

(2) If the plan and the written report are separate documents, the plan 
shall include a note indicating that the written report is to be read in 
conjunction with the plan. 

(3) The plan shall include a note specifying the name of the client for 
whom the surveyor's real property report was prepared. 

28. In addition to the requirements of Part III, the surveyor's real 
property report shall show, 

(a) all buildings and structures and the foundations of all buildings 
and structures under construction on the lands and their 
distances from the boundaries of the lands; 



(2) If a plan creates new subdivision units, the references to existing 
subdivision units, new abstract headings and the name of the 
geographic township required by subsection (1) to be included in the 
title of a plan may, instead, be set out in a schedule near the upper right 
comer of the plan relating them to the new subdivision units. 

25. Except as required under any statute of Ontario, and the 
regulations thereunder, every plan shall be certified by a licensed 
member in Form I. 



(b) the number of storeys of all buildings and their external 
construction materials; and 

(c) the municipal address of the property, if any. 

PARTV 
MISCELLANEOUS 

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Form 1 

Surveyors Act 

SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATE 

(Section 25 of the Regulation) 

I certify that: 

1, This survey and plan (if the plan is a strata plan 
consisting of more than one sheet add: comprising 
sheets 1 to . . . ) are correct and in accordance with the 
Surveys Act, the Surveyors Act and 

(Name of appropriate Act) 
and the regulations made under them. 

2 . The survey was completed on , 19 . . . 

(NOTE: Where the plan is of Crown land and was prepared under 
the instructions of the Surveyor General of Ontario Include the 
following note:) 

3. This Plan and Field Notes was prepared from an actual 
survey performed under my personal supervision and I 
was present on the site during the progress of this 
survey . 



(date) (signature) 



(name in print) 
Ontario Land Surveyor 



COUNQL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ONTARIO LaND SURVEYORS: 

Drew Annable 
President 

Lbs Wilson 
Lay Counsellor 



Dated at Scarborough on September 6, 1995. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 43/96 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 20, 1996 

SURVEYS, PLANS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF LAND 





CONl'ENTS 




Part 




Sections 


Parti 


Interpretation and Application 


1- 3 


Part II 


Plans - General 


4-13 


Part III 


Strata Plans 


14-16 


Part IV 


Reference Plans 


17-21 


PartV 


Plans of Subdivision 


22-28 


Part VI 


Expropriation Plans 


29-37 


Part VII 


Municipal Plans 


38-43 


Part VIII 


Properties and Property Maps 


44-48 


Part IX 


Correction of Plans 


49 


PartX 


Sketches to Illustrate Descriptions 


50 


Part XI 


Plans to Illustrate Descriptions 


51 


Part XII 


Descriptions of Land 


52-65 


Part XIII 


Miscellaneous 


66-68 



PARTI 
INTERPRETATION AND APPLICATION 

1. (1) In this Regulation, 

"deposited" means deposited under the Registry Act or the Land Titles 
Act; 

"expropriating authority" means the Crown or any person empowered 
by statute to expropriate land; 

"expropriation plan" means a plan under the Expropriations Act or a 
predecessor of that Act; 

"land registrar" includes a land registrar appointed under the Land 
Titles Act; 

"Land Registrar's Compiled Plan" means a plan prepared and 
registered under subsection 83 (1) of the Registry Act; 

"local description" means a description made in accordance with 
sections 53 to 63; 

"lot" means a lot or any other area defined and designated by an original 
survey or by a registered plan; 

"monument" includes any monument referred to in Ontario Regulation 
525/91 under the Surveys Act and any other thing, device or object 
used to mark or witness a boundary of surveyed lands; 

"municipal plan" means a plan prepared under section 91 of the 
Registry Act; 

"original survey" has the same meaning as in section I of the Surveys 
Act; 



"property map" means a map prepared and maintained under 
subsection 21 (3) or (4) of the Registry Act or subsection 141 (3) or 
(4) of the Land Titles Act; 

"reference plan" means a plan deposited under section 150 of the Land 
Titles Act or section 80 or 81 of the Registry Act and includes any 
other plan deposited as a reference plan; 

"registered" means registered under the Registry Act or the Land Titles 

Act; 

"subdivision unit" means, 

(a) a lot shown on the original plan of an original survey and 
includes a section, block, gore, reserve, common, mining 
location or mining claim, or 

(b) a lot, block, part or other unit of land shown on a plan registered 
or deposited under the Registry Act or the Land Titles Act; 

(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, a survey of property is a 
current survey if, at the time a plan based on that survey is submitted to 
the land registrar or the examiner of surveys, 

(a) both the survey and plan comply with the applicable 
requirements of the statutes and regulations; and 

(b) the survey monuments on the property are in place and correctly 
shown on the plan and no changes to the plan are necessary, as 
confirmed by a search of the land registry office records for the 
documentary evidence required by clause 3 (a) of Ontario 
Regulation 42/96. 

2. This Regulation applies to instruments and plans that are to be 
registered or deposited under the Registry Act or the Land Titles Act and 
that are executed under either of those Acts on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 

3. (1) This Regulation does not apply to, 

(a) a plan under the Navigable Waters Protection Act (Canada); 

(b) a preliminary plan authorized by an Act of Canada or Ontario; 

(c) an order under section 7, 29, 36, 37, 40, 41 or 42 of the Public 
Transportation and Highway Improvement Act; 

(d) a deed or a transfer given by the Director under the Veterans' 
Land Act (Canada) if the instrument by which the Director 
acquired title was registered before July 1, 1964, and if the deed 
or transfer includes all the land described in the instrument by 
which the Director acquired title; 

(e) a plan illustrating a gas storage area designated under the 
Ontario Energy Board Act; 

(f) a plan to illustrate land to be expropriated under an Act of 
Canada if the expropriating authority undertakes to register, 
either separately or as a part of an instrument, a plan of survey 
of the land so expropriated; 

(g) a sketch under subsection 81 (2) of the Act; 
(h) an agreement under the Forestry Act; 

(i) an Index Plan under section 148 of the Land Titles Act; 

(j) a Land Registrar's Compiled Plan; 

(k) an order of the Ontario Municipal Board referred to in section 68 
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(1) a property map; or 

(m) a plan, on which a surveyor's name appears, to be registered as 
attached to an instrument or deposited as attached to a document. 

(2) Despite clause (l)(b), 

(a) section 6, subsection 7 (1), clauses 9(1) (a), (c), (d) and (e) and 
subsections 9 (4), (5) and (6) apply to, 

(i) fteliminary Assumption Plans under subsection 8 (2) of the 
Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act, 

(ii) preliminary plans under subsection 9 (5) of the 
Expropriations Act; and 

(b) subsection 31 (3) and sections 32 and 36 apply to preliminary 
plans under subsection 9 (5) of the Expropriations Act. 

(3) Despite clause (1) (c), section 64 applies to orders under the 
Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act listed in that 
clause. 

(4) Despite clause (1) (g), section 50 applies to sketches under 
subsection 8 1 (2) of the Act. 

(5) Despite clause (1) (j). sections 6 and 49 apply to Land Registrar's 
Compiled Plans. 

(6) Despite clause (1) (1), sections 45 to 48 apply to property maps. 

(7) Despite clause (1) (m), subsection 6 (5) and section 51 apply to 
plans, on which a surveyor's name appears, which are to be registered 
as attached to an instrument or deposited as attached to a document. 

PARXn 
PLANS— GENERAL 

4. Except as otherwise provided, this Part applies to all plans that are 
to be registered or deposited. 

5. (1) Subject to subsection 6 (5) and subsections 19 (2) and (3), 
plans that are to be submitted for registration or deposit shall comply 
with, 

(a) this Act, or the Land Titles Act if the plan was prepared under that 
Act, and this Regulation; 

(b) the Surveys Act and the regulations made under it; 

(c) the Act and the regulations under which the plan was prepared; 
and 

(d) the Surveyors Act and the regulations made under it. 

(2) If there is a conflict between the Acts or regulations specified in 
clause (I) (a), (b), (c) or (d) the provisions of this Act, or of the Land 
Titles Act if the plan was prepared under that Act, and of this Regulation 
prevail. 

6. (1) Before registration or deposit, a plan shall be submitted to the 
examiner of surveys for approval if, 

(a) the Act or Regulation under which the plan was prepared 
requires the approval of the examiner of surveys; 

(b) the examiner of surveys requires the plan to be submitted for 
approval; or 



(c) the land registrar requests the approval of the examiner of 
surveys after the plan is submitted to the land registrar for 
registration under section 7. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the approval of the examiner of surveys 
is not required with respect to a plan of public lands prepared under the 
Public Lands Act and signed by the Surveyor General of Ontario or an 
official authorized by the Surveyor General of Ontario. 

(3) If a plan is submitted to the examiner of surveys for approval 
under subsection (I), the examiner shall approve the plan and endorse 
the approval on it if satisfied that the survey and the plan meet the 
requirements under the applicable acts or regulations referred to in 
subsection 5 (1). 

(4) Despite subsection (3), the examiner of surveys may rely solely 
on a certificate of a surveyor in approving a plan but if a plan is so 
approved, the examiner shall endorse on it that it is approved under this 
subsection. 

(5) The examiner of surveys may approve a plan for the purpose of 
registration or deposit, either separately or as attached to an insUument 
or document, although the plan does not strictly comply with the 
requirements of the applicable acts or regulations referred to in 
subsection 5 (1). 

(6) If the approval of the examiner of surveys is required under 
subsection (I), the person submitting the plan shall submit the plan to 
the examiner for an initial approval and, shall submit, 

(a) three paper prints of the plan, signed by the surveyor; 

(b) a paper print of every registered or deposited plan that shows 
lands included in the plan or that shows lands adjoining the lands 
included in the plan; 

(c) notes of a search of the title of the lands included in the plan 
showing all the boundary-related information respecting the 
land, and certified by the surveyor as being current to the date of 
the plan; 

(d) computations that show verification of all curve data, 
tangentiality and closures with respect to the perimeter of the 
land surveyed and the limits of each new subdivision unit 
designated on the plan; 

(e) if requested by the examiner, a certified copy of the field notes; 
and 

(f) if the plan is prepared under the Condominium Act and if 
requested by the examiner, the structural plans of the buildings. 

(7) Once the plan has been approved under subsection (6), the plan 
may be submitted to the examiner of surveys for final approval and the 
person submitting the plan for final approval shall submit, 

(a) the original plan; 

(b) a paper print of the plan with the plan submission form of the 
Association of Ontario Land Surveyors attached, as required by 
subsection 7 (3); 

(c) the person's duplicate plan, if any; 

(d) if the plan is a reference plan, the paper prints of the plan as 
required by subsections 21(1) and (2); 

(e) if the plan is a plan of subdivision or a municipal plan, the 
duplicates and paper prints of the plan as required by clauses 25 
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(f) if the plan is an expropriation plan, the paper prints of the plan 
as required by subsection 36 (1). 

(8) Upon receipt of the materials specified in subsection (7) and upon 
final approval of the plan being granted under this section, the examiner 
of surveys shall endorse approval on the plan and shall forward the 
approved plan, duplicates, if any, prints and plan submission form to the 
land registry office where the plan is to be registered or deposited. 

(9) No plan that is required to be submitted to the examiner of 
surveys for approval under this section shall be registered or deposited 
without the approval of the examiner endorsed on it. 

7. (1) A person who is submitting a plan for registration or deposit, 
other than a plan described in clause 6 (1) (a) or (b), shall submit it to 
the land registry office where the plan is to be registered or deposited. 

(2) In addition to the paper prints required by subsections (3), 21(1) 
and (2) and clause 25 (1) (d) and clause 36 (1) (b), a person submitting 
a plan under subsection (1) shall also submit, 

(a) one paper print of the plan signed by the surveyor; 

(b) if the plan is submitted for registration under the Condominium 
Act, two copies of the proposed declaration, and 

(c) if the plan is submitted for registration or deposit under the Land 
Titles Act, 

(i) a paper print of every registered or deposited plan that 
shows the land included in the plan or that shows lands 
adjoining the lands included in the plan, and 

(ii) a photocopy of the parcel register of the lands included in 
the plan certified by the surveyor as being current to the date 
of the plan. 

(3) A plan certified by a surveyor after December 31, 1985 and 
submitted under subsection (1) shall be accompanied by a paper print 
of the plan, signed by the surveyor, which has attached to it a plan 
submission form of the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors. 

8. Sections 6 and 7 apply to plans prepared by a surveyor for 
descriptions under the Condominium Act. 



(3) A translucent duplicate of a plan signed by the Surveyor General 
of Ontario, or an official designated by him or her made on linen or on 
plastic material that, in the opinion of the examiner of surveys, is of 
durable quality and will not crack or break may be registered or 
deposited instead of the original plan. 

(4) Despite clause (1) (a), a plan may be in whole or in part a 
photographic reproduction on plastic material that in the opinion of the 
examiner of surveys, is of durable quality and will not crack or break, 
but all additions to the photographic reproduction shall be in black 
adhesion type ink, and signatures shall not be reproductions. 

(5) An original plan or a translucent duplicate of a plan to be retained 
in the custody of a land registrar shall not be folded. 

(6) The title, legend and margin and any applicable certificates and 
forms prescribed by the regulations under which the plan is prepared 
may be pre-printed on a plan in a manner that is permanent and, in the 
opinion the examiner of surveys, permits accurate and legible copies of 
the plan to be made. 

(7) The consent of the Minister of Municipal Affairs required under 
the Planning Act or, if the authority to give consent has been delegated 
to a person or body, the consent of that person or body may be stamped 
on a plan. 

10. (1) On a plan each new subdivision unit shall be designated by 
a number, by words or by both and, if designated by numbers, the units 
shall be numbered consecutively beginning with the number 1. 

(2) On a plan, a new subdivision unit shall not be designated, 

(a) by the same number or words as any other new subdivision unit 
on the same plan; 

(b) as a "parcel"; 

(c) as a "PART" except on an expropriation plan, a plan under the 
Boundaries Act, a reference plan or a plan prepared under the 
Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act; and 

(d) as a "unit" except on a plan forming part of a description within 
the meaning of the Condominium Act. 

(3) Vincula shall not be used in the designation of new subdivision 
units. 



9. (1) A plan shall, 

(a) be drawn on translucent linen or on translucent plastic material 
that, in the opinion of the examiner of surveys, is of durable 
quality and will not crack or break; 

(b) be rectangular and not exceed 915 millimetres by 1500 
millimetres; 

(c) be prepared to a drafting standard that in the opinion of the 
examiner of surveys will permit legible and accurate copies to be 
made from it; 

(d) not consist of more than one sheet, except for a plan prepared 
under the Condominium Act and a strata plan prepared under Part 
III; and 

(e) not include any notes, words or symbols that indicate that the 
right to make or distribute copies is in any way restricted. 

(2) Except for a Land Registrar's Compiled Plan, and subject to 
subsections 19 (4) and (5), a plan shall not be registered or deposited 
unless it is certified by the surveyor in Form 1 . 



11. Except as required under any Act, and subject to subsection 19 
(5), a plan shall not contain information describing the purpose for 
which any portion of the land on the plan is intended to be useid. 

12. If the approval of the examiner of surveys is required to be 
endorsed on a plan, an approval block in Form 3 near the upper right 
corner of the plan shall be included on the plan. 

13. If a plan is prepared for registration, a certificate of registration 
in Form 4 shall be included on the plan in the upper right corner. 

PART ni 
STRATA PLANS 

14. This Part applies to three-dimensional plans, otherwise known 
as su-ata plans, that meet the requirements of section 16 but does not 
apply to plans prepared under the Condominium Act. 

15. If structures have been adopted as the survey monuments under 
subsection 11 (8) of Ontario Regulation 525/91, sufficient detail must 
be shown on the plan so that the boundaries of the subdivision units 
defined by these structures are determinable, both horizontally and 
vertically, from the information shown on the plan without the support 
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16. (1) A strata plan shall, 

(a) consist of one or more sheets; 



(b) include horizontal sections and vertical sections, and, if 
necessary, perspective drawings to illustrate fully the 
boundaries of the subdivision units; 

(c) show elevations on all horizontal and vertical sections at the 
boundaries of the subdivision units and at the beginning and end 
of sloping planes; 

(d) show the location, elevation, datum and origin of the bench 
marks from which the elevations have been derived; 

(e) contain a schedule relating the new subdivision units to the 
horizontal sections, vertical sections and the sheet locations; 

(f) illustrate all structures adopted as survey monuments under 
subsection 1 1 (8) of Ontario Regulation 525/91 ; 

(g) show the plan sheet number and the total number of plan sheets 
on each plan sheet near the upper right corner of each sheet; 

(h) if structures have been adopted as survey monuments, be 
certified by a surveyor using a certificate in Form 5 on sheet I ; 

(i) be certified by the surveyor using a certificate in Form 1 on sheet 
1; 

(j) if the plan is prepared for registration, include a certificate of 
registration in Form 4 in the upper right corner of each sheet; and 

(k) if the plan is prepared for deposit, include, 

(i) a receipt in Form 6 in the upper right comer of each sheet, 
and 

(ii) a requisition for deposit in Form 7 signed by the depositor 
on each sheet. 

(2) A strata plan shall be prepared from a current survey. 

PART IV 
REFERENCE PLANS 

17. This Part applies to plans that are to be deposited as reference 
plans. 

18. A plan that meets the requirements of sections 19 and 20, 
including a plan under section 150 of the Land Titles Act and sections 
80 and 81 of the Registry Act, may be deposited as a reference plan. 

19. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (5) a reference plan shall be 
prepared from a current survey. 

(2) A reference plan may be partially or wholly compiled with the 
approval of the examiner of surveys if he or she is of the opinion that 
a survey or complete survey is not required and that a reference plan 
will facilitate the description of the land. 

(3) A reference plan that is partially compiled under subsection (2) 
shall include a note in bold print that clearly indicates that the plan was 
partially compiled fi-om, and is a graphic illustration of, information 
obtained from specified sources. 

(4) A reference plan that is wholly compiled under subsection (2) 
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(5) A reference plan that is prepared to illustrate utility easements on 
an existing plan of subdivision may be wholly or partially compiled 
without the approval of the examiner of surveys if, 

(a) the plan is certified by a surveyor using a certificate in Form 8 
with respect to the parts that are compiled and a certificate in 
Form I with respect to the parts that are surveyed; 

(b) the plan is deposited before any conveyance or encumbrance is 
registered against the subdivision plan lots affected by the 
reference plan; 

(c) each compiled part shown on the plan, 

(i) is of uniform perpendicular or radial width, and 

(ii) has one limit coincident with a limit of a subdivision lot for 
its whole length; 

(d) the plan does not show dimensions on the part limits that are 
compiled; and 

(e) the plan includes in the title in bold print a heading that indicates 
the plan is a wholly or partially compiled easement plan. 

20. (I) A reference plan shall, 

(a) show parcels of land as consecutively numbered parts beginning 
with the number 1 and the number of a part shall be preceded by 
"PART'; 

(b) show as a separate part each portion of every existing easement 
that is included in a new subdivision unit created by the plan; 

(c) include a receipt in Form 6 in the upper right comer; 

(d) include, immediately below or adjacent to Form 6, a requisition 
for deposit in Form 7 signed by the depositor; 

(e) include, in a conspicuous place beneath or adjacent to Forms 6 
and 7, a schedule in Form 2 that relates the numbered part or 
parts shown on the plan, consecutively, 

(i) to the existing subdivision units and either the instrument 
numbers of the existing registered instruments or the 
property identifiers assigned to the existing subdivision 
units, if any, if the plan is to be deposited under the Registry 
Act, 

(ii) to the existing subdivision units and either the underiying 
parcel numbers, or the property identifiers assigned to the 
existing subdivision units, if any, if the plan is to be 
deposited under the Land Titles Act, 

(iii) to the whole, part or remainder of the land described in the 
underlying parcels or identified by the property identifiers 
as the case may be, 

(iv) to the new headings in the abstract index for each parcel 
included in the plan, if the plan includes land in an area that 
has been divided into parcels for abstract purposes under 
subsection 83 (3) of the Registry Act, and 

(v) to the perpendicular or radial width of those parts which are 
compiled, if the plan is a wholly or partially compiled 
easement plan; and 

(f) include, below or adjacent to Form 2, a list of all parts on the plan 
that are subject to easements and the instrument numbers of 
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(2) Despite subclauses (1) (e) (i) and (ii), a schedule in Form 2 shall 
not relate the nuinbered parts on a plan to an existing subdivision unit 
designated as a part. 

(3) For each part shown on a reference plan, the plan may include in 
the schedule in Form 2 a quantitative measurement of the area of each 
part and the name of the transferee or grantee contained in the 
instrument by which land was last transferred. 

21. (1) In addition to submitting the paper prints required under 
subsections 7 (2) and (3), a person depositing a reference plan shall 
deliver the original and three paper prints of it to the land registrar, 
together with the person's duplicate plan, if any. 

(2) If the land is situate in a regional municipality, the person shall 
deliver to the land registrar an additional paper print of the plan. 

(3) The land registrar shall number reference plans consecutively in 
order of receipt in a separate series of numbers and each number shall 
incorporate as a prefix the number of the regisUy or land titles division 
followed by "R". 

(4) All reference plans deposited in a land registry office that is a 
combined registry office and land titles office may be numbered in one 
series of numbers. 

(5) When a land regisu-ar receives a reference plan for deposit, the 
land registrar shall, 

(a) complete and sign the receipt in Form 6 on the original plan and 
on each sheet, if there is more than one sheet, and enter the 
particulars of the receipt on the duplicate and on the paper prints; 

(b) retain the original plan and one paper print; 

(c) return the duplicate to the depositor; and 

(d) deliver one paper print to, 

(i) the clerk of the municipality where the land included in the 
plan is situate, 

(ii) the regional office of the Assessment Division of the 
Ministry of Revenue for the municipality where the land is 
situate, 

(iii) the clerk of the regional municipality, if the land is situate in 
a regional municipality, and 

(iv) the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, with the plan 
submission form attached. 

(6) Every land registrar shall keep an index in a form approved by the 
Director to be known as the "Reference Plan Index". 

(7) Upon deposit of a reference plan, the land registrar shall record 
the plan in the Reference Plan Index and in the proper abstract index or 
parcel register. 

PARTY 
PLANS OF SUBDIVISION 

22. This Part applies to plans of subdivision. 

23. A plan of subdivision shall be prepared from a current survey. 

24. A plan of subdivision that is submitted for registration shall. 



(a) have endorsed on it the certificate of every owner of the lands 
included in the plan in Form 9, and if an owner is a corporation, 
the certificate shall, 

(i) be signed by the officers of the corporation who have the 
authority to bind it, and 

(ii) have the corporate seal of the corporation embossed near the 
signature of the officers or a statement that the signing 
officers have the authority to bind the corporation; and 

(b) include in a conspicuous place beneath or adjacent to Form 4 a 
note in Form 10 that relates the land included in the plan to the 
whole, part or remainder of the land described in the existing 
underlying certificates of title or parcels or identified by the 
property identifiers, as the case may be. 

25. (1) A plan of subdivision submitted for registration shall be 
accompanied by, 

(a) a Plan Document in Form 1 1 ; and 

(b) if the consent of the chargée or mortgagee is required, the 
consent in Form 12 attached to the Plan Document; 

(c) three translucent duplicates of the plan; and 

(d) in addition to the paper prints required under subsections 7 (2) 
and (3), three paper prints of the plan. 

(2) A translucent duplicate of a plan of subdivision submitted under 
clause (1) (c) shall be a mechanically reproduced copy of the plan and 
shall be on U-anslucent linen or on plastic material that, in the opinion 
of the examiner of surveys, is of sufficient quality to permit 
reproduction of accurate and legible copies. 

(3) A person registering a plan of subdivision may submit duplicate 
plans with the plan of subdivision. 

26. Clauses 24 (b) and 25 (1) (a) and (b) do not apply to plans of 
subdivision of public lands under the Public Lands Act. 

27. (1) The land registrar shall number plans of subdivision 
consecutively in order of receipt in a separate series of numbers and, if 
the plan is registered under the Land Titles Act, each number shall 
incorporate as a prefix the number of the land titles division followed 
by "M-". 

(2) The land registrar shall, 

(a) register the Plan Document; 

(b) note the number assigned to the plan under subsection ( I ) on the 
Plan Document; and 

(c) note the registration number of the Plan Document on the plan. 

(3) Upon registration of the Plan Document, the land registrar shall 
complete the certificate of registration in Form 4 on the original plan 
and on each sheet, if the plan is a strata plan and there is more than one 
sheet, and enter the particulars of the certificate of registration on every 
copy. 

(4) The land registrar shall, 

(a) retain the original plan and one paper print; 

(b) deliver one translucent duplicate to the clerk of the municipality 
where the land included in the plan is situate; 



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(c) deliver one translucent duplicate and two paper prints to the 
regional office of the Assessment Division of the Ministry of 
Revenue for the municipality where the land is situate; 

(d) deliver one translucent duplicate to, 

(i) the Minister of Municipal Affairs, or 

(ii) if that Minister has delegated his or her authority to a person 
or body, to that person or body; 

(e) deliver one paper print of the plan, with the plan submission 
form attached, to the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors; 
and 

(f) if the registrant delivers additional copies of the plan to the land 
registrar, he or she shall enter the particulars of the certificate of 
registration on the additional copies and return them to the 
registrant. 

28. The land registrar may require that a registrant submit a paper 
print of a plan of subdivision showing a specific part of the land 
included in the plan of subdivision in relation to the subdivision units 
created by the plan if, 

(a) the specified part is, 

(i) subject to a mortgage or charge to which the other parts of 
the land included in the plan of subdivision are not subject, 
or 

(ii) owned by a person who is not the owner of the other parts of 
the land included in the plan of subdivision; and 

(b) the specified part is difficult to relate to the subdivision units 
created by the plan of subdivision. 

PART VI 
EXPROPRIATION PLANS 

29. This Part applies to expropriation plans. 

30. The perimeter boundaries of the area of land that is to be 
expropriated by the registration of an expropriation plan shall be 
established by a current survey. 

31. (1) Interior boundaries within the area of land that is to be 
expropriated may be compiled in so far as they coincide with the 
boundaries of the existing subdivision units or registered descriptions. 

(2) Subsection (1) applies in respect of interior boundaries within an 
area that is acquired by an expropriating authority even though the 
expropriating authority has already purchased or agreed to purchase 
one or more parcels included within the perimeter of the area. 

(3) To the extent that information shown on an expropriation plan is 
compiled, the sources of the compiled information shall be shown on 
the plan in relation to the boundaries of the land that is to be 
expropriated. 

32. (1) An expropriation plan shall include, 

(a) the title and section of the Act firom which the expropriating 
authority derives its power to expropriate; 

(b) the title "Expropriations Act"; 

(c) the registration number of the approval required under 
subsection 4 (1) of the Expropriations Act, if the approval is 



registered before the expropriation 
accordance with clause (2) (a); and 



plan is registered in 



(d) if a plan is partially compiled in accordance with section 31, a 
note in bold print that states that the plan was partially compiled 
from, and is a graphic illustration of, information obtained from 
specified sources. 

(2) An approval referred to in clause (1) (c) shall be, 

(a) registered before the expropriation plan is registered; or 

(b) endorsed on the expropriation plan. 

(3) An approval registered or endorsed under subsection (2) shall be 
in the form prescribed under subsection 8 (3) of the Expropriations Act. 

(4) Despite clause (1) (a), if an expropriating authority derives its 
power to expropriate under the Public Transportation and Highway 
Improvement Act, the section of that Act under which the expropriating 
authority derives its power need not be shown on the expropriation 
plan. 

33. If, before the registration of an expropriation plan, an 
expropriating authority has exercised its statutory power to expropriate 
land by passing a by-law or otherwise, there shall be shown on the plan, 

(a) in the case of a municipality that exercises its power by passing 
a by-law, the name of the municipality and the number of the 
by-law and the date it was passed; or 

(b) in the case of any other expropriating authority, a reference to 
the official publication or public record, if any, where evidence 
of the exercising of the statutory power is published or recorded. 

34. Parcels of land that are to be expropriated by an expropriation 
plan shall be designated on the plan as consecutively numbered parts, 
beginning with the number 1 and the number of a part shall be preceded 
by "PART". 

35. (1) An expropriation plan shall include, in a conspicuous place 
beneath or adjacent to Form 4, a schedule in Form 2 that relates the 
numbered parts shown on the plan to, 

(a) the existing subdivision units and either the instrument numbers 
of the existing registered instruments or the property identifiers 
assigned to the existing subdivision units, if any, if the plan is to 
be registered under the Registry Act; 

(b) the existing subdivision units and either the underlying parcel 
numbers or the property identifiers assigned to the existing 
subdivision units, if any, if the plan is to be registered under the 
Land Titles Acr, and 

(c) the new headings in the abstract index for each parcel included 
in the plan, if the plan includes land in an area that has been 
divided into parcels for abstract purposes under subsection 83 
(3) of the Registry Act. 

(2) Despite clauses (1) (a) and (b), a schedule in Form 2 shall not 
relate the numbered parts on a plan to an existing subdivision unit 
designated as a part. 

(3) For each part shown on an expropriation plan, the plan may 
include in the schedule in Form 2 a quantitative measurement of the 
area of each part and the name of the transferee or grantee contained in 
the instrument by which the land was last transferred. 

36. (1) Upon registering an expropriation plan, the expropriating 
authority shall deliver to the land registrar. 



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(b) in addition to the paper prints required under subsections 7 (2) 
and (3), three paper prints of the plan. 

(2) The land registrar shall assign a registration number to the 
expropriation plan and complete the certificate of registration in Form 
4 on the original plan and on each sheet, if there is more than one sheet, 
and enter the particulars of the certificate of registration on each print. 

(3) The land registrar shall, 

(a) retain in his or her custody the original plan and one print; 

(b) deliver one paper print to the clerk of the municipality where the 
expropriated land is situate; 



(b) the existing subdivision units and either the underlying parcel 
numbers or the property identifiers assigned to the existing 
subdivision units, if any, if the plan is to be registered under the 
Land Titles Act; and 

(c) the new headings in the abstract index for each parcel included 
in the plan, if the plan includes land in an area that has been 
divided into parcels for abstract purposes under subsection 83 
(3) of the Registry Act. 

(2) Despite clauses (1) (a) and (b), a schedule in Form 2 shall not 
relate the numbered parts on a plan to an existing subdivision unit 
designated as a part. 

42. (1) A municipal plan submitted for registration shall be 
accompanied by, 



(c) deliver one paper print to the regional office of the Assessment 
Division of the Ministry of Revenue for the municipality where 
the land is situate; and 

(d) deliver one paper print of the plan, with the plan submission 
form attached, to the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors. 

(4) If at the time of registration of an expropriation plan the registrant 
delivers additional copies of the plan to the land registrar, the land 
registrar shall enter the particulars of the certificate of registration on 
the additional copies and return them to the registrant. 

37. If the expropriating authority is a corporation, including a 
municipal corporation, the plan shall include. 



(a) two translucent duplicates of the plan; and 

(b) in addition to the paper prints required under subsections 7 (2) 
and (3), three paper prints of the plan. 

(2) A translucent duplicate of a municipal plan submitted under 
clause (I) (b) shall be a mechanically reproduced copy of the plan and 
shall be on translucent linen or on plastic material that, in the opinion 
of the examiner of surveys, is of sufficient quality to permit 
reproduction of the duplicate. 

(3) A caution in bold print that clearly indicates that the municipal 
plan is not a plan of subdivision within the meaning of the Planning Act 
shall be included below the title block on every municipal plan. 



(a) the seal of the corporation affixed to the plan and to the print that 
is to be retained by the land registrar; or 

(b) a statement that the signing officers have the authority to bind 
the corporation. 

PARTVn 
NfUNICIPAL PLANS 

38. This Part applies to municipal plans. 

39. A municipal plan shall be prepared from a current survey but, 
with the approval of the examiner of surveys, the plan may be partially 
compiled if the exantiner is of the opinion that a complete survey is not 
required. 

40. (1) Each parcel of land shall be shown on a municipal plan as a 
separate lot; however, when the examiner of surveys is satisfied that 
abutting lots share common ownership, he or she may approve the plan 
showing them as one lot. 

(2) Subsection (I) applies even if the separate parcels were acquired 
under separate instruments by the common owner. 

(3) An existing parcel shall not be shown as more than one lot on a 
municipal plan. 

4L (1) A municipal plan shall include a schedule in Form 2, with 
appropriate changes, near the upper right corner of the plan that relates 
the new lot numbers to, 

(a) the existing subdivision units and either the instrument numbers 
of the existing registered instruments or the property identifiers 
assigned to the existing subdivision units, if any, if the plan is to 
be registered under the Registry Act; 



(4) A municipal plan that is a partially compiled plan shall include 
a note in bold print that clearly indicates that the plan was partially 
compiled from, and is a graphic illustration of, information obtained 
from specified sources. 

(5) A municipal plan shall include the certificate of the clerk and the 
head of the council of the municipality in Form 13. 

(6) A person registering a municipal plan may submit duplicate plans 
with the municipal plan. 

43. (1) Upon registration of the municipal plan, the land registrar 
shall complete the certificate of registration in Form 4 on the original 
plan and on each sheet, if the plan is a strata plan and there is more than 
one sheet, and enter the particulars of the certificate of registration on 
every copy. 

(2) The land registrar shall, 

(a) retain the original plan and one paper print; 

(b) deliver one translucent duplicate to the clerk of the municipality 
where the land included in the plan is situate; 

(c) deliver one translucent duplicate and two paper prints to the 
regional office of the Assessment Division of the Ministry of 
Revenue for the municipality where the land is situate; 

(d) deliver one paper print of the plan, with the plan submission 
form attached, to the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors; 
and 



(e) if the registrant delivers additional copies of the plan to the land 
registrar, enter the particulars of the certificate of registration on 
the additional copies and return them to the registrant. 



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PART vni 

PROPERTIES AND PROPERTY MAPS 

44. This Part applies to land in any part of Ontario designated under 
Part II of the Land Registration Reform Act. 

45. The Director shall divide land into blocks and properties in the 
manner set out in Schedule I . 

46. (1) The Director shall prepare and maintain property maps 
showing all properties in the manner described in this section. 

(2) The Director shall ensure that a property map shows, 

(a) at least one block; 

(b) every property in the block; 

(c) the property identifier for each property; 

(d) such references to underlying plans and descriptions in 
registered instruments as the Director believes may assist 
persons searching the records of the land registry office; 

(e) street names; 

(0 current municipal names and boundaries; 

(g) the Universal Transverse Mercator six degree grid or the grid of 
the Ontario Co-ordinate System established by Regulation 1028 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Surveys Act; 

(h) the scale of the property map; 

(i) a north point; 

(j) the number of sheets in the map illustrating the block; 

(k) a title containing information relating to the land shown on the 
property map, including, 

(i) the land registry division, 

(ii) the county, district or regional municipality, 

(iii) the municipality or geographic township, and 

(iv) the block number; and 

(1) a note that indicates that, 

(i) the map shows all the properties that existed in the 
numbered block on a specified date, 

(ii) the map is not a plan of survey, 

(iii) the map was compiled from plans and documents recorded 
in the land registry system and was prepared for property 
indexing purposes only, 

(iv) the dimensions of the property boundaries can be found on 
the recorded plans and documents, 

(v) the map shows major easements only, and 

(vi) reference plans underlying more recent reference plans are 
not illustrated. 



(3) The Director shall ensure that the dimensions of property maps 
and the scale used in their preparation are such as to show every 
property clearly. 

(4) In preparing a property map, the Director may consider, 

(a) assessment maps and rolls; 

(b) maps produced under the Ontario Basic Mapping Program of the 
Ministry of Natural Resources; 

(c) all relevant plans registered or deposited in the land registry 
office; 

(d) any other available evidence, including maps, plans and 
documents, that the Director believes may assist in illustrating 
property limits; 

(e) the descriptions of properties contained in the abstract index or 
parcel register; and 

(f) any Act of Canada or Ontario that may affect the title to the land 
shown on the map. 

(5) If the Director is unable to determine the limits separating two or 
more properties, the properties may be shown as one unit on the 
property map, but the Director shall assign a separate property 
identifier to each property included in that unit. 

(6) If the Director is unable to determine the number of properties in 
an area, the Director may show the area on the property map and assign 
one property identifier to the area. 

(7) The Director shall ensure that the property limits shown on 
property maps correspond, in his or her opinion, to the location of the 
limits on the ground. 

(8) The Director shall ensure that inconsistencies in descriptions in 
plans, instruments and documents are not shown on the property map, 
but if the Director considers them significant, a notation of such 
inconsistencies may be made in the parcel register or abstract index. 

47. (1) The Director shall prepare for each registry and land titles 
division, 

(a) an index map for public viewing, to illustrate the location of 
every block; 

(b) copies of every property map; and 

(c) a microfilm copy of every index map and property map. 

(2) The Director shall prepare new copies of any index map or 
property map that has become unclear or worn or that has been damaged 
or lost. 

48. (1) If new property identifiers are assigned to land shown on a 
property map, the land registrar shall, 

(a) update the copies of the property map or request the Director to 
prepare a new property map; and 

(b) make the appropriate entries in the abstract index or parcel 
register. 

(2) When a new property map is prepared, the land registrar may 
destroy the superseded property map and all copies of it except the 
microfilm copy, unless the Director orders otherwise. 



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(a) the clerk of the municipality where the land included in the plan 
is situate; 



49. (1) The examiner of surveys may order the correction of an 
error, defect or omission in a registered or deposited plan if the 
examiner of surveys, 

(a) has knowledge of the error, defect or omission; 

(b) is satisfied that the error, defect or omission should be corrected; 
and 

(c) has the information needed to correct the plan. 

(2) Upon payment of the prescribed fee, a land registrar, a surveyor 
or a person who has an interest in land shown on a registered or 
deposited plan may apply to the examiner of surveys to correct an error, 
defect or omission in a plan. 

(3) An application to correct a registered or deposited plan shall be 
in Form 14. 

(4) Before an order to correct a plan is made under this section, the 
examiner of surveys may give notice of the alleged error, defect or 
omission and of how he or she proposes to correct it to, any person 
whose interest in land may be affected by the correction. 

(5) If a plan was signed by the Surveyor General of Ontario or an 
official authorized by the Surveyor General of Ontario, the examiner of 
surveys shall give notice of the alleged error, defect or omission and of 
how he or she proposes to correct it to the Surveyor General of Ontario 
before an order to correct a plan is made under this section. 

(6) The examiner of surveys may provide in an order to correct a plan 
that the correction be made, 

(a) by the applicant, under the supervision of the examiner of 
surveys or the land registrar; or 

(b) by the land registrar. 

(7) The examiner of surveys shall forward a copy of an order to 
correct a plan to the land registry office where the plan is registered or 
deposited. 

(8) A land registrar who receives a copy of an order to correct a plan 
under subsection (7) shall, 

(a) register the copy of the order; 

(b) unless the plan is corrected immediately after the registration of 
the order, note the registration number of the order and the 
intention to correct the plan on the original plan and on every 
copy of the plan in the land registrar's custody; and 

(c) enter the order in each abstract index, parcel register or plan 
index, as may be required by the examiner of surveys. 

(9) The examiner of surveys or the person named in the order shall 
correct the original of the plan and every copy in the custody of the land 
registrar within a reasonable time after the order to correct the plan has 
been made and registered. 

(10) The examiner of surveys or, if the land registrar corrects or 
supervises the correction, the land registrar shall certify the correction 
of the plan using Form 15. 

(11) After the correction of the plan, the land registrar shall deliver 
a paper print of the corrected plan to, 



(b) the regional office of the Assessment Division of the Ministry of 
Finance for the municipality where the land is situate; and 

(c) the clerk of the regional municipality, if the land is situate in a 
regional municipality. 

(12) This section does not apply to plans of survey of boundaries 
confirmed and certified under the Boundaries Act or any predecessor of 
it. 

PARTX 
SKETCHES TO ILLUSTRATE DESCRIPTIONS 

50. ( 1 ) This section applies to a sketch prepared under subsection 8 1 
(2) of the Registry Act and attached to an instrument to illustrate a 
description of land contained in the instrument. 

(2) Sketches shall be rectangular and shall not exceed 915 
millimetres by 1500 millimetres. 

(3) If the dimensions of a sketch exceed twenty centimettes by 
seventy centimetres or forty centimetres by thirty-five centimetres, an 
original translucent tracing drawn on linen or on plastic material or a 
translucent duplicate of the sketch shall also be delivered to and 
retained in the custody of the land registrar. 

(4) The material on which the translucent tracing or translucent 
duplicate of the sketch is made shall, in the opinion of the examiner of 
surveys, be of durable quality and will not crack or break. 

(5) A sketch shall be drawn to a scale sufficient to clearly show all 
particulars on the sketch. 

(6) Subject to subsection (7), a sketch shall be compiled exclusively 
from information recorded in the land registry office. 

(7) A sketch signed by an Ontario Land Surveyor may be compiled 
from information from sources other than documents recorded in the 
land registry office. 

(8) A sketch shall indicate the exact source of the information from 
which it was compiled on the sketch. 

(9) A sketch attached to an instrument shall include a note in bold 
print that clearly indicates that the sketch is not a plan of survey. 

(10) A sketch shall not include any notes, words or symbols that 
indicate that the right to make or distribute copies is in any way 
restricted. 

PART XI 
PLANS TO ILLUSTRATE DESCRIPTIONS 

51. (1) This Part applies to plans that are attached to an instniment 
or document submitted for registration or deposit in order to illusu-ate 
a description in that instrument or document. 

(2) An original or a copy of a plan on which a surveyor's name 
appears shall not be registered as attached to a U-ansfer or a charge. 

(3) An original of a plan referred to in subsection (2) or a copy of 
such a plan, subject to subsection (4), may be registered as attached to 
an instrument other than a transfer or a charge or deposited as attached 
to a document if, 

(a) it complies with subsection 6 (5) and this section; and 

(b) the plan is dated no more than five years prior to the registration 
or deposit of the instrument or document to which it is attached. 



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(4) A copy of a plan referred to in subsection (3) shall only be 
registered or deposited under that subsection if the copy is a valid copy 
under subsection 29 (3) of Regulation 1026 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 made under the Surveyors Act. 

(5) If the dimensions of an original or of a copy of a plan referred to 
in subsection (3) that is to be registered or deposited as attached to an 
instrument or document exceed twenty centimetres by seventy 
centimetres or forty centimetres by thirty-five centimetres, an original 
translucent tracing drawn on linen or on plastic material or a translucent 
duplicate of the copy shall also be delivered to and retained in the 
custody of the land registrar. 

(6) The material on which the original tracing of such a plan is drawn 
or on which the U'anslucent duplicate of a plan is made shall, in the 
opinion of the examiner of surveys, be of durable quality, will not crack 
or break and will permit accurate and legible copies to be made from it. 

(7) The plan shall not include any notes, words or symbols that 
indicate that the right to make or distribute copies is in any way 
restricted. 

PART XII 
DESCRIPTIONS OF LAND 

52. This Part applies to descriptions of land in an instrument, other 
than a plan, tendered for registration. 

53. (1) A local description shall contain sufficient information to 
enable the land registrar to record the instrument in the proper absU'act 
index or parcel register. 

(2) A local description shall mention every lot affected by the 
instrument and shall mention, 

(a) if the land is a designated part on an expropriation plan, or is a 
portion of such a part, the number of the part and the regisU'ation 
number of the expropriation plan; 

(b) if the lot is according to an original survey, the concession, tract, 
range, section or other designation in accordance with the 
original grant from the Crown; and 

(c) if the lot is according to a registered plan, the regisU'ation 
number of the plan. 

54. A local description shall include, 

(a) the name of the geographic township, if any, where the land was 
situate at the time of the original survey except if the land is 
within a registered plan of subdivision, municipal plan. Land 
Regisïar's Compiled Plan or Judge's Plan; 



(b) if the description includes a course along a curved boundary, the 
arc length, radius and chord length and chord bearing shall be 
included in the description; 

(c) if the description is of a part of a lot, the description shall refer 
to at least one of the comers of the lot and shall give the distance 
and direction from the corner to an angle of the part being 
described; and 

(d) contractions, abbreviations and symbols shall not be used except 
for the use of "N", "E", "S" and "W" for "North", "East", 
"South" and "West" respectively and the use of symbols for the 
words "degrees", "minutes" and "seconds". 

(2) Clause (I) (b) does not apply if the course described is the whole 
of a limit of a lot according to a registered plan. 

56. (1) A local description shall not describe land by reference to a 
registered plan of subdivision that has been entirely superseded by a 
subsequent registered plan of subdivision. 

(2) A local description may describe land by reference to a registered 
plan of subdivision that has been partially superseded by a subsequent 
registered plan of subdivision if the land being described is not included 
in the subsequent plan. 

57. A local description shall not describe land by excepting 
buildings, structures, improvements or land unless, 

(a) the same land has been described by exception in an instrument 
registered before July 1, 1964; 

(b) the land excepted is entirely surrounded by the land described in 
the instrument; 

(c) the land excepted is a designated part on a reference plan or 
expropriation plan; 

(d) the land excepted is the whole of the land shown on a registered 
plan; or 

(e) the land excepted is the right of way of a railway company, or is 
a public street, road or highway that was laid out by an original 
survey or shown on a registered plan. 

58. (1) Subject to sections 63 and 64, a local description shall not 
describe any boundary of the land affected by the instrument solely by 
reference to the registfation number of a registered instrument or be 
dependent upon another instrument, unless the registered instrument is 
a registered plan. 

(2) Nothing in subsection (1) prohibits including in a description a 
reference to a registration number. 

59. (1) A description shall state distances in metric units or in feet 
and decimals of a foot. 



(b) the name of the municipality and of the county, district or 
regional municipality where the land was included at the time of 
execution of the instrument; and 

(c) the name of the other municipality if the land was described in 
the last previously registered deed, transfer or conveyance as 
being included in a municipality other than the municipality 
referred to in clause (b). 

55. ( 1 ) Except as provided by section 63 a local description shall be 
by metes and bounds, and 

(a) if bearings in degrees are included in the description.the origin 
of the bearings shall be stated in the description; 



(2) Despite subsection (1), distances may be stated in feet and inches 
if the description is the same as in a previously registered instrument. 

60. If a plan or sketch is attached to the instrument, a description 
shall include a statement that the description is the same as the 
description illustrated on the plan or sketch, if that is the case. 

61. (I) This section does not apply to land to which the Land Titles 
Act applies. 

(2) If a description is by metes and bounds, in whole or in part, and 
appears in a previously registered deed, it shall include the registration 
number of the deed containing the same description that was registered 
most recently before the date of registration of the instrument 
containing the description unless, 



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(a) the instrument is a certificate of discharge; 

(b) a property identifier has been assigned to the land; or 

(c) the land has been divided into parcels for abstract purposes 
under subsection 83 (3) of the Registry Act. 

(3) If a description sets out an easement and appears in a previously 
registered deed, it shall include the registration number of the deed 
containing the same description that was registered most recently 
before the date of registration of the instrument containing the 
description. 

(4) If the description does not appear in a previously registered deed 
but describes the same land as a description that appears in a previously 
registered deed, the description shall include the registration number of 
the most recently registered deed containing the earlier description. 

62. For the purposes of section 55 and subsection 61 (2), the 
following descriptions shall be deemed to be metes and bounds 
descriptions: 

1 . A description of a part of a lot lying to one side of a described 
line. 

2. A description by reference to the perpendicular width, either 
throughout or to a given perpendicular depth, of a rectangular 
part of a rectangular lot. 

63. A local description in an instrument that is tendered for 
registration and that is not by metes and bounds, 

(a) shall be of a lot and the concession, tract, range, section or other 
designation in accordance with the original grant from the 
Crown, if the instrument affects the whole of a lot according to 
an original survey; 

(b) shall be of a lot and shall include the registration number of a 
registered plan, if the instrument affects the whole of a lot 
according to a registered plan; 

(c) may be of an aliquot part if the land was described in such a 
manner in the grant from the Crown or in a registered instrument 
and the instrument affects an aliquot part of a lot according to an 
original survey; 

(d) may be of an aliquot part, if the instrument affects an aliquot part 
of a lot according to an original survey and no adjacent part of 
the lot is owned by the person who owns the aliquot part; 

(e) may be of half a lot, if the instrument affects half of a lot 
according to a registered plan and the land was described in such 
a manner according to a registered instrument; 

(0 shall be of the part with reference to the registration or deposit 
number of the expropriation plan or reference plan, if the land is 
shown as a part on an expropriation plan or a reference plan; 

(g) shall refer to the lot, block, part or parcel, if the instrument 
affects a lot, block, part or parcel on a Land Registrar's Compiled 
Plan or a parcel designated for abstract purposes under 
subsection 83 (3) of the Registry Act or a predecessor of that 
subsection; 

(h) shall refer to a by-law or other instrument by which the street or 
highway was closed or stopped up if the instrument affects a part 
of a street or highway that has been stopped up or closed and 
shall refer to the registration number of. 



(i) the by-law, if passed on or after March 29, 1873, in respect 
of land registered under the Registry Act at the time that the 
by-law was passed, or if passed on or after February 12, 
1987, in respect of lands registered under the Land Titles 
Act, or 

(ii) the other instrument; or 

(i) shall conform and refer to a plan confirmed or certified under the 
Boundaries Act, if the instrument affects any parcel that adjoins 
a confirmed boundary shown on such a plan unless, because of 
special circumstances, the examiner of surveys authorizes the 
registration of an instrument in which the description does not so 
conform. 

64. (I) If an instrument is presented for registration containing a 
description that is not a local description, the land registrar shall register 
the instrument if the description complies with clause (2) (b), 
subsection (3), (4), (5), (6), (7) or clause 9 (b). 

(2) An award, certificate, release, claim, consent, notice, order or 
other like instrument under an Act listed in Schedule 2 that is tendered 
for registration shall be registered if it contains either, 

(a) a local description; or 

(b) a description of the land affected by means of abbreviations, 
contractions or references to registration numbers of previously 
registered instruments of the land affected, if the description is 
sufficient to enable the land registrar to record the instrument in 
the proper abstract index or parcel register for the land. 

(3) If the description in an instrument tendered for registration is not 
a local description, the instrument shall be registered if, 

(a) the description is the same as in a previously registered 
instrument affecting the same land; 

(b) the description contains sufficient information to enable the land 
registrar to record the instrument in the proper abstract index or 
parcel register for the land; and 

(c) the instrument is, 

(i) a deed or transfer given by the personal representative of a 
deceased person, 

(ii) a notice under section 113 of the Registry Act, or 

(iii) an assignment of a lease or mortgage. 

(4) The description in an order under the Public Transportation and 
Highway Improvement Act that is tendered for registration may describe 
the land affected by reference to a plan, if a paper print of the plan is 
attached to the order. 

(5) In an assignment of a mortgage or lease being submitted for 
registration, a description is sufficient for registration purposes if the 
mortgage or lease being assigned is identified by its date, registration 
date and number, parties and lot and plan or lot and concession 
reference and the description need not repeat in full the description 
contained in the mortgage or lease. 

(6) In the case of a multiple assignment of mortgages or leases 
presented for registration, the description may be in the form of a 
schedule in which each mortgage or lease is identified in the manner 
described in subsection (5). 

(7) Subject to subsection 56 (7) of the Registry Act, in the case of a 
discharge of a charge or mortgage that purports to discharge all of the 
mortgaged land, the description is sufficient for registration purposes 



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if it is presented for registration under the Registry Act, and contains a 
reference to each lot and plan or lot and concession or to any other 
geographic designation of land as referred to in the mortgage and the 
description need not repeat the full description as contained in the 
mortgage. 

(8) In a zoning regulation made under the authority of subsection 5.4 
(2) of the Aeronautics Act (Canada) that is presented for registration 
under the Land Titles Act, and that affects all of the land in a registered 
plan of subdivision, the land may be described in a schedule by 
reference to the section number of the registered plan followed by the 
term "all parcels" if the parcel numbers are not created using a 
sequential numbering system. 

(9) If a lease or notice of a lease is presented for registration and the 
leased premises are only a part of a property of the lessor and are wholly 
contained within an existing structure, the description shall contain 
either, 

(a) a local description of the leased premises; or 

(b) a local description of the property of the lessor, and a description 
of the leased premises by reference to a paper print of a sketch 
illustrating the premises in solid heavy outline. 

65. (1) If the description of land in an instrument presented for 
registration is not a local description or a description acceptable for 
registration under section 64, the land registrar, having regard to the 
circumstances, may register the instrument if, 

(a) the description accurately describes the land; or 

(b) the description is exactly or substantially the same as in a 
previously registered instrument. 

(2) A description of land contained in an instrument registered under 
subsection (1) shall be deemed to be a local description for that 
instrument only. 

PART xni 

MISCELLANEOUS 

66. Regulation 997 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is revoked. 

67. Despite the revocation of Regulation 997 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, that Regulation as it read on the day 
before the day this Regulation comes into force, continues to apply 
to instruments and plans that are to be registered or deposited and 
that were executed before the day this Regulation comes into force. 

68. This Regulation comes into force 60 days after the day it is 
filed. 

Schedule 1 

(Section 45) 

1 . A block shall be an area that contains at least one property and 
that is bounded by limits that the Director considers appropriate, 
such as land titles or registry division boundaries, roads, railway 
lines, major utility corridors, water boundaries and property 
limits. 

2. No property shall form part of more than one block. 

3. A block shall have a unique block number composed of five 
digits. 



4. A property shall have a property number that is unique within its 
block and is composed of four digits. 

5. The property identifier assigned to a property shall be its block 
number followed by its property number. 

6. Subject to paragraphs 7 and 8, abutting land held by one owner 
shall be one property, unless, 

i. the Director considers it more practical to divide the land 
into more than one property, or 

ii. the owner holds the abutting land in different capacities, in 
which case land held in a particular capacity shall be one 
property. 

7. A parcel of land registered under the Land Titles Act shall be one 
property, unless the parcel includes areas of land that do not abut 
one another, in which case each area shall be one property. 

8. A highway, road, road widening, street, lane, walkway or reserve 
shall be one property, unless the Director considers it more 
practical to divide it into more than one property. 

9. A unit within the meaning of the Condominium Act and the unit's 
appurtenant interest in the common elements shall be one 
property. 

Schedule 2 

(Section 64) 

1. Assessment Act. 

2. Bail Act. 

3. Construction Lien Act. 

4. Drainage Act. 

5. Environmental Protection Act. 

6. Housing Development Act. 

7. Land Titles Act. 

8. Legal Aid Act. 

9. Line Fences Act. 

10. Local Roads Boards Act. 

1 1 . Mechanics ' Lien Act, being chapter 261 of the Revised Statutes 
of Ontario, 1980. 

12. Mining Act. 

13. Municipal Affairs Act. 

14. Municipal Tax Sales Act. 

15. Municipal and School Tax Credit Assistance Act, being chapter 
285 of the Revised Statutes of Ontario, 1970. 

16. Ontario Pensioners Property Tax Assistance Act. 

17. Personal Property Security Act and its predecessor. 

18. P/anni'ng /4c» and its predecessor. 



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19. Power Corporation Act. 

20. Provincial Land Tax Act. 

21. Public Transportation and Highway Improvement Act. 

22. Shoreline Property Assistance Act. 

23. Succession Duty Act, being chapter 449 of the Revised Statutes 
of Ontario, 1970. 



Form 1 

SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATE 
(Subsection 9 (2) of the Regulation) 

I certify that: 

1. This survey and plan (if the plan is a strata plan 
consisting of more than 1 sheet add: comprising 
sheets 1 to . . . ) are correct and in accordance with 
the Suirveys Act, the Surveyors Act and 

(Name of appropriate Act) 

and the regulations made under them. 

2 . The survey was completed on , 19 . 

(NOTE: Where the plan is of Crown land and was prepared \mder 
the instructions of the Surveyor General of Ontario include the 
following note:) 

3 . This Plan and Field Notes was prepared from an actual 

survey performed under my personal supervision and I 

was present on the site during the progress of this 
survey . 



(<iate) (signature) 

(name in print) 
Ontario Land Surveyor 

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o. Reg. 43/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



635 



Form 2 

SCHEDULE 

(Clause 20 (1) (e) , Sxibsection 20 (3), Section 35 
and Subsection 41 (1) of the Regulation) 



PART 


LOT 


CON./ 
PLAN 


PARCEL 

/PIN/ 

INST. 


PERPENDIC- 
ULAR OR 
RADIAL 
WIDTH* 


OPTIONAL 


AREA 


NAME OF 
MOST 
RECENT 
TRANSFEREE 

































* For compiled' easement plans only. 



Form 3 

EXAMINER'S APPROVAL 
{Section 12 of the Regulation) 



Approved (add: in accordance with subsection 6 (5) of the 
Regulation, if applicable) 



Date 



Examiner of Surveys 



636 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO q Rgg 43/95 

Form 4 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION 

(Section 13, Clause 16 (j). Section 26 
and Sxibsection 36 (2) of the Regulation) 

PLAN 

I certify that this Plan is registered 

in the Land Registry Office for the 

Division of 

Land Titles or Registry 

at o'clock on the 

day of 19 ... . 



(Where registered under the Land Titles Act, 
add: 

and entered in the parcel register (s) for Parcel 

Section or Property Identifier ) 

(Where the plan is a plan of subdivision add, where 
applicable: 

and the required consents are registered 

as Plan Document No ) 

(Where the plan is an expropriation plan, and the 
certificate of approval is not endorsed on the plan, 
add: 

and the certificate of approval is registered as 

No ) 



Land Registrar 



lOd 



O. Reg. 43/96 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 637 

Form 5 

StJRVEYOR'S CERTIFICATE 
{Clause 16 (l) (h) of the Regulation) 

I certify that: 

1. The structures shovm on this plan (if more than one 
plan sheet add: (comprising sheets 1 to ....)) are in 
existence. 

2 . The dimensions shown on this plan have been verified 
by actual measurements. 



(date) (signature) 



(name in print) 
Ontario Land Surveyor 



195 



638 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE /LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 43/96 

Form 6 

REFERENCE PLAN RECEIPT 

(Subclause 16 (1) (k) (i) , Clauses 20 (1) (c) , (d) and (e) 
and Clause 21 (5) (a) of the Regulation) 



PLAN R 

Received and deposited 

(date) 



(signature) 
Land Registrar 
for the Land Titles (and/or 
Registry) Division of 



196 



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Form 7 



REQUISITION FOR DEPOSIT OF 
A REFERENCE PLAN 

(Subclause 16 (1) (k) (ii) and Clause 20 (l) (d) 
of the Regulation) 

I require this plan to be deposited under (the Land Titles Act or 
the Registry Act or under both the Land Titles Act and the 
Registry Act, as the case may be) . 



(date) 



(signature) 



(name in print) 

Form 8 

SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATE 
(Subsection 19 (4) and Clause 19 (5) (a) of the Regulation) 

I certify that: 

This plan is an accurate compilation based on data derived from 
(indicate source of information) 

(date) (signature) 

(name in print) 
Ontario Land Surveyor 



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Form 9 

OWNER'S CERTIFICATE - PLAN OF SUBDIVISION 
(Clause 24 (a) of the Regulation) 



This is to certify that: 

1 . Lots to , both inclusive, 

(number) (number) 

Blocks to , both inclusive, 

(number (nvimber) 



the street (s), namely 



street widening (s) , namely Block (s) 

(number) 



lane(s), namely Block (s) 

(number) 



and reserve (s) , namely Block (s) 

(nxunber) 

(or as the case may be) 

have been laid out in accordance with (my) (our) 
instructions. 

2 . The streets and street widenings and lanes are 
dedicated as public highways. 

Dated the day of 19 



(In case of corporate owner, (signature (s) ) 

corporate seal or statement 

that the signing officer has 

the authority to bind the (name in print) 

corporation. ) 



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Form 10 



(Clause 24 (b) of the Regulation) 

NOTE: This plan coitprises all/part/the remainder of the 

land/described in Certificate of Title No /Parcel 

Section /identified by P.I.N. (Property 

Identifier) . 

(NOTE: Neither date nor signature is required.) 



Form 11 

PLAN DOCUMENT 

(Clause 25 (1) (a) of the Regulation) 
i 

En the matter of a plan of subdivision of 

(part of) Lot in Concession 

Df the Township of 



Ln the County of 

(FOR LAND TITLES add: Parcel Section ) Identified 

Dy P.I.N. (Property Identifier) 

(or as the case may be) prepared by 

, an Ontario Land Surveyor, 

(name in full) 

and dated the day of 19 . . . 

In support of the registration of the above-mentioned plan of 
subdivision, the following are attached: 



1 

2 

(NOTE: Neither date nor signature is required.) 



199 



642 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE /LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 43/96 

Form 12 

CONSENT OF CHARGEE OR MORTGAGEE 
(Clause 25 (1) (b) of the Regulation) 

In the matter of a plan of subdivision of (part of) 

Lot in Concession of the Township 

of in the County of 

(or as the case may be) prepared by .... 



(name) 

and Ontario Land Surveyor, and dated 

I (or We) 

of the of 

in the of 

the mortgagee (s) or chargée (s) under a mortgage (or charge) 

registered as No consent to the registration 

of the above-mentioned plan of subdivision. 

Dated the day of , 19 ... . 



(signature of mortgagee (s) or 
chargée (s) ) 



(In case of corporate chargée or mortgagee, 
print names and positions of those who sign 
on its behalf. ) 

(In case of corporate chargée or mortgagee, 
affix corporate seal or add statement that 
the signing officer has authority to bind 
the corporation.) 



I 



200 



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643 



Form 13 



CERTIFICATE OF CLERK AND 
HEAD OF MUNICIPALITY 

(Subsection 42 (5) of the Regulation) 



We hereby certify that this plan has been prepared in accordance 
with our directions under section 91 of the Registry Act. 



Signed and sealed on behalf of 



(name of the Municipal Corporation) 
this day of , 19 . . . 



(signature of head of 
municipality) 



t 



(name in print) 
(Reeve, Mayor, etc.) 



(signature of Clerk) 



(affix seal of municipal 
corporation) 



(name in print) 
(Clerk) 



644 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE /LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 43/96 

Form 14 

APPLICATION TO CORRECT A PLAN 

(Siibsection 49 (3) of the Regulation) 

IN THE MATTER of Plan No registered (or deposited) 

in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles (or Registry) 
Division of 



To the Examiner of Surveys: 

I, 

of the of 

in the of 

apply to have the following correction (s) made to 

the above-mentioned Plan 

(here give itemized and detailed particulars of the 
correction (s) required) 

A copy of the Plan (or the 

relevant portion of it) is attached with the proposed 
correction (s) noted on it. 

The following evidence is submitted in support of this 
application: 

(1) The signed statement of an Ontario Land Surveyor setting 
out the nature of the error, defect or omission in the 
plan, specifying the correction that is required and 
providing the evidence to support the correction; OR 

(2) (Specify the evidence in support of the application.) 

Date 



20? 



O. Reg. 43/96 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 645 



Address of applicant for service of notice: 



(signature of Applicant) 



(In case of corporate chargée or mortgagee, 
print names and positions of those who sign 
on its behalf.) 

(In case of corporate chargée or mortgagee, 
affix corporate seal or add statement that 
the signing officer has authority to bind 
the corporation.) 



Form 15 

CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION 
(Subsection 49 (9) of the Regulation) 

Corrected under an order of the Examiner of Surveys 
registered as No 



(Date) 



Examiner of Surveys/Land Registrar 



1(V96 



i 



203 



646 O. Reg. 44/96 THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L' ONTARIO 

ONTARIO REGULATION 44/96 

made under the 
LAND TITLES ACT 



O. Reg. 45/96 



Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 20, 1996 

Revoking Reg. 692 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Surveys and Descriptions of Land) 

1. Regulation 692 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
revoked. 

2. This Regulation conies into force 60 days after the day it is 
filed. 



10/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 45/96 

made under the 
INCOME TAX ACT 

Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 20, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 447/94 
(Ontario Tax Credit System) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 447/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 6 of Ontario Regulation 447/94 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

6. For the purposes of subsection 8 (8) of the Act, the students' 
residences set out in Schedule 2 are prescribed for taxation years 
ending after December 31, 1993. 

2. Schedule 2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 2 



1994 

PARTI 
STUDENTS' RESIDENCES - COLLEGES 



Item Name 

1. Albert College Students' Residence 
160 Dundas Street West 

2. Albert College Students' Residence 
28 Highland Avenue 

3. Alfred College of Agricultural Technology Students' Residence 

4. Al-Rashid Islamic Institute 
R.R. #1 

5. Appleby College Students' Residence 
Baillie/Colley House, Powell House 
Walker House 

540 Lakeshore Road West 



Location 
Belleville 

Belleville 

Alfred 
Chariottenburg 

Oakville 



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Item Name 

6. Ashbury College 
320 Mariposa 
330 Mariposa 
362 Mariposa 
212 Springfield 
224 Springfield 
250 Springfield 

7. Baptist Convention of Ontario and Quebec 
Baptist Leadership Education Cenu-e 

205 Taunton Road West 

8. The Bishop Su-achan School Students' Residence 
298 Lonsdale Road 

9. Bnei Adkiva Schools Students' Residence 
1 59 Almore Avenue 

10. Branksome Hall Students' Residence 
1,6, 14 Elm Avenue 

11. Brockville General Hospital 
Comstock Students' Residence 
80 Emma Street 

1 2. Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Regent Street Residence 

885 Regent Stfeet South 
Barrydowne Residence 
1390 Barrydowne Road 

13. Canadore College of Applied Arts and Technology Students' Residence 
Gormanville Road 

14. Centralia College of Agricultural Technology Students' Residence 
Bruce Hall, Huron Hall, Oxford Hall, Perth Hall 

15. Centre of Christian Studies 
Covenant College Students' Residence 
77 Charles Street West 

1 6. Confederation College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Sibley Hall Students' Residence 

William Street 

17. The Creative Centre for Learning and Development Students' Residence 
Chippawa Road North Side 

18. Eastern Pentecostal Bible College Students' Residence 
Swanson Hall 

49 Argyle Street 

19. Eastern Pentecostal Bible College Students' Residence 
No. 1 & 2, 780 Argyle Street 

20. Emmanuel Bible College Students' Residence 
100 Fergus Avenue 

2 1 . Great Lakes Bible College Students' Residence 

22. Grenville Christian College Students' Residence 

23. Havergal College Students' Residence 
1451 Avenue Road 

24. Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Students' Residence 

201 & 203 Humber College Blvd. 

25. Institute for Advance Talmudic Study 
7 Fraserwood Ave 

411 Lawrence Ave W 
423 Lawrence Ave W 

26. Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology Students' Residence 

27. Lakefield College School Students' Residence 



Location 
Rockcliffe Park 



Whitby 

Toronto 
North York 
Toronto 
Brockville 

Sudbury 

North Bay 
Huron Park 
Toronto 

Thunder Bay 

Wellandport 
Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Kitchener 

Lincoln 
Brockville 
North York 

Etobicoke 
North York 



Kemptville 
Lakefield 



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Name 



648 

Item 

28. Lambton College Students' Residence 
Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology 
1431 London Road South 

29. Loyalist College of Applied Arts and Technology 
Building 1,2 or 3 

Postal Bag 6400 

30. Michener Institution for Applied Health Science 
222 St. Patrick Street 

31. Mille Roches Students' Residence 

St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and Technology 
801 Fourth Su-eet East 

32. The National Ballet School Students' Residence 
105 Maitland Street 

33. New Liskeard College of Agricultural Technology 

34. Niagara Christian College Students' Residence 

35. Niagara Parks Commission School of Horticulture Students' Residence 
P.O. Box 150 

36. Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology Students' Residence 

37. Northern College of Applied Arts and Technology Students' Residence 
PO. Box 2008 

38. Ontario Bible College Students' Residence 
25 Bally Connor Court 

39. Ontario Cancer Institute 

Radiation Therapy Students' Residence 
4 Wellesley Place 
495 Sherbourne Street 

40. Pickering College Students' Residence 
389 Second Street 

4 1 . Redeemer Reformed Christian College 
Highway 53 

42. Regis College Students' Residence 
18 Dundonald Street 

567 Huron Street 
569 Huron Street 
94 Isabella Street 
94 Kendall Street 
105 Madison Avenue 

43. Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology Students' Residence 
Main Street East 

44. Ridley College Students' Residence 

45. Salvation Army College for Officer Training 
2130 Bay view Avenue 

46. Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology 
443 Northern Avenue East 

47. Seaway Baptist Bible Institute Students' Residence 

48. Seneca College 
York hall Residence 

1255 Sheppard Avenue East 

49. Seventh Day Adventist Church 
Kingsway College Students' Residence 
1200 Lcland Road 

50. Sheridan College Students' Residence 
Credit Valley Campus 

2186 Hurontario Street 

5 1 . Shiloh Christian Centre 
Box 158 



O. Reg. 45/96 



Location 
Sarnia 

Belleville 

Toronto 
Cornwall 

Toronto 

New Liskeard 
Fort Erie 
Niagara Falls 

Kirkland Lake 
South Porcupine 

North York 

Toronto 

Newmarket 

Ancaster 

Toronto 



Ridgetown 

St. Catharines 
Toronto (North York) 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Williamstown 
North York 

Oshawa 

Mississauga 

Fenelon Falls Township 



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649 



Item Name 

52. Sir Sanford Fleming College Residence 
Frost Campus 

53. St. Andrew's College Students' Residence 
Yonge Street North 

54. St. Augustine's Seminary of Toronto 
2661 Kingston Road 

55. St. Peter's Seminary Students' Residence 
1040 Waterloo Su-eet 

1070 Colbome Street 

56. St. Vladimir Institute Students' Residence 
620 Spadina Avenue 

57. Stratford General Hospital Students' Residence 
Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology 
130 Yongs Street 

58. Toronto General Hospital Students' Residence 
90 Gerrard Street West 

59. Trafalgar Castle Students' Residence 
401 Reynolds Street 

60. Trinity College School Students' Residence 
Ward Street 

6 1 . Upper Canada College Students ' Residence 
200 Lonsdale Road 

62. Venta Prep School 
R.R. #3 



Location 
Lindsay 

Aurora 

Scarborough 

London 

Toronto 
Stratford 

Toronto 
Whitby 
Port Hof)e 
Toronto 
Carp 



1994 



PART II 
STUDENTS' RESIDENCES - UNIVERSITIES 



Item 


Name of University 


1. 


Brock University 


2. 


Brock University 
Queenston 


3. 


Brock University 
Village 


4. 


Carleton University 


5. 


Carleton University 


6. 


Carleton University 


7. 


Carleton University 


8. 


Carleton University 


9. 


Carleton University 


10. 


Carleton University 


11. 


University of Guelph 



Residence 

DeCew 

500 Glenridge Avenue 

178 Queenston Street 



500 Glenridge Avenue 

Renfrew House 
Colonel By Drive 

Lanark House 
Colonel By Drive 

Grenville House 
Colonel By Drive 

Russell House 
Colonel By Drive 

Stormont House 
Colonel By Drive 

Glengarry House 
Colonel By Drive 

Dundas House 
Colonel By Drive 

South Residence 
(Prairie, Maritime, and 
Mountain Halls) 
University Buildings 
#72A. 72B, 72C 
South Ring Road 



Location 
St. Catharines 

St. Catharines 

St. Catharines 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Ottawa 

Guelph 



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Item 

12. 



13. 



14. 



15. 



16. 



17. 



18. 



19. 



20. 



Name of University 
University of Guelph 



University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 
University of Guelph 



Residence 

East Residence 

(Dundas, Lanark, and Glengarry Halls) 

University Buildings 

#180A. 180B, 180C 

East Ring Road 



Location 
Guelph 



21. 


University of Guelph 


22. 


University of Guelph 


23. 


University of Guelph 


24. 


College Universitaire 


25. 


Lakehead University 


26. 


Lakehead University 


27. 


Lakehead University 


28. 


Lakehead University 


29. 


Laurentian University 


30. 


Laurentian University 


31. 


Laurentian University 


32. 


Laurentian University 


33. 


Laurentian University 


34. 


Laurentian University 



Lennox Addington Hall 
University Building #172 
Lennox Lane 


Guelph 


Johnston Hall 
University Building #11 
Winegard Walk 


Guelph 


Mills Hall 

University Building #8 
College Avenue 


Guelph 


MacDonald Hall 
University Building #2 
MacDonald Street 


Guelph 


Watson Hall 

University Building #4 
Watson Lane 


Guelph 


Maids Hall 

University Building #62 

Trent Lane 


Guelph 


626 Gordon Street 
646 Gordon Street 
652 Gordon Street 


Guelph 


7 University Avenue East 
23 University Avenue East 
31 University Avenue East 


Guelph 


Married Students' Residence 
252 Stone Road West 


Guelph 


Lambton Hall 
University Building #67 
Watson Line 


Guelph 


78 College Avenue West 


Guelph 


Part #60 
9th Street 


Hearst 


Avila 

670 Reaume Street 


Thunder Bay 


Prettie 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 


Bartley 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 


Residence Townhouse 
Oliver Road 


Thunder Bay 


Married Students' Apartments 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


Single Students' Apartments 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


Huntington College 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


Thornloe College 

935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


University College Residence 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 


Sudbury 


University of Sudbury 


Sudbury 



(Matte Residence) 
935 Ramsey Lake Road 



ms 



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651 



Item 


Name of University 


35. 


Laurentian University 


36. 


McMaster University 


37. 


McMaster University 


38. 


McMaster University 


39. 


McMaster University 


40. 


McMaster University 


4L 


McMaster University 


42. 


McMaster University 


43. 


McMaster University 


44. 


McMaster University 


45. 


McMaster University 


46. 


University of Ottawa 


47. 


University of Ottawa 


48. 


University of Ottawa 


49. 


University of Ottawa 



50. 



University of Ottawa 



5L 


University of Ottawa 


52. 


Queen's University 


53. 


Queen's University 


54. 


Queen's University 


55. 


Queen's University 


56. 


Queen's University 


57. 


Queen's University 


58. 


Queen's University 


59. 


Queen's University 


60. 


Queen's University 


6L 


Queen's University 


62. 


Queen's University 



Residence 

Laurentian University 
179 John Street 

Edwards Hall 

1280 Main Street West 

Whidden Hall 

1280 Main Street West 

Moulton Hall 

1280 Main Street West 

Bates 

1280 Main Street West 

Woodstock Hall 
1280 Main Street West 

Matthews Hall 

1280 Main Street West 

Brandon Hall 

1280 Main Street West 

Wallingford Hall 
1280 Main Street West 

McKay Hall 

1280 Main Street West 

Hedden Hall 

Ontario Student Housing 

1280 Main Street West 



Location 
Sudbury 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 

Hamilton 



U Blanc Hall 

45 Louis Pasteur/Priv. 


Ottawa 


Stanton Hall 

100 University/Priv. 


Ottawa 


Brooks 


Ottawa 


Thompson Hall 
45 University/Priv. 


Ottawa 


Marchand Hall 
110 University/Priv. 


Ottawa 


152 Albert Street 


Kingston 


McNeill House 
Lower Albert Sueet 


Kingston 


Leonard Hall 
Queen's Crescent 


Kingston 


Morris Hall 
Lower Albert SUeet 


Kingston 


Gordon House 
Collingwood Street 


Kingston 


Brockington House 
Collingwood Street 


Kingston 


Harkness Hall 
329 Earl Street 


Kingston 


Graduate Students' Residence 
Union Street West 


Kingston 


Ban Righ Hall 
University Avenue 


Kingston 


Chown Hall 
Stuart Street 


Kingston 


Adelaide Hall 
Stuart Street 


Kingston 


Victoria Hall 
Queen's Crescent 


Kingston 



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Item Name of University 

63. Queen's University 



64. 


Queen's University 


65. 


Queen's University 


66. 


Royal Military College 


67. 


Royal Military College 


68. 


Royal Military College 


69. 


Royal Military College 


70. 


Ryerson Polytechnic University 


71. 


St. Paul's University 


72. 


St. Paul's University 


73. 


St. Paul's University 


74. 


St. Paul's University 


75. 


St. Paul's University 


76. 


St. Paul's University 


77. 


St. Paul's University 


78. 


St. Paul's University 


79. 


St. Paul's University 


80. 


St. Paul's University 


81. 


St. Paul's University 


82. 


University of Toronto 


83. 


University of Toronto 


84. 


University of Toronto 


85. 


University of Toronto 


86. 


University of Toronto 



Residence 

Jean Royce Hall 
West Campus 
Union Street West 
Angus Residence 
Boucher Residence 
Royce Residence 
Curran Residence 
Douglas Residence 
Healey Residence 
Laird Residence 
Miller Residence 
Roy Residence 
Shortliffe Residence 
Tracy Residence 
Trotter Residence 



Location 
Kingston 



John Orr Tower Apartments 
244 Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd. 


Kingston 


Waldron Tower 
17 King Street West 


Kingston 


Stone Frigate 
R.M.C. Grounds 


Kingston 


Fort Haldimand 
R.M.C. Grounds 


Kingston 


Fort La Salle 
R.M.C. Grounds 


Kingston 


Fort Champlain 
R.M.C. Grounds 


Kingston 


137 Bond Street 
87 Gerrard Street E 
240 Jarvis Street 


Toronto 


165 McGillivray Street 


Ottawa 


40 Riverdale Avenue 


Ottawa 


48 Riverdale Avenue 


Ottawa 


1 1 Glencairn Avenue 


Ottawa 


4-6 Toronto Street 


Ottawa 


305 Nelson Street 


Ottawa 


315 Nelson Street 


Ottawa 


249 Main Street 


Ottawa 


7 Bullock Street 


Ottawa 


66 Glengarry Su-eet 


Ottawa 


175 Main Street 


Ottawa 


Wetmore Hall New College 
21 Classic Avenue 


Toronto 


Wilson Hall New College 
40 Willcocks Street 


Toronto 


Sir Daniel Wilson 
University College 
73 St. George Street 


Toronto 


Whitney Hall University College 
85 St. George Street 


Toronto 


Devonshire House 

1, 3, and 5 Devonshire Place 


Toronto 



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653 



hB4 Name of University 

87. University of Toronto 



88. 


University of Toronto 


89. 


University of Toronto 


90. 


University of Toronto 


91. 


University of Toronto 


92. 


University of Toronto 


93. 


University of Toronto 


94. 


University of Toronto 


95. 


University of Toronto 



96. University of Toronto 

97. University of Toronto 

98. University of Toronto 

99. University of Toronto 

1 00. University of Toronto 

101 . University of Toronto 

102. University of Toronto 

1 03 . University of Toronto 

104. University of Toronto 

105. University of Toronto 

1 06. University of Toronto 



Residence 

Innis College 

65 1 Spadina Avenue 

8 Sussex 

10 Sussex 

12 Sussex 

14 Sussex 

42 Sussex 

709 Spadina 

375 Huron Street 

12 Washington 

1 1 1 St. George Street 

St. George Graduate 
321 Bloor Street West 

Victoria University 
6, 8 St. Thomas Street 

Victoria University 
65 Charles Street West 

Victoria University 
Rowell Jackman Hall 
85 Charles Street West 

Burwash Hall Victoria University 
89 Charles Street West 

Stephenson House 
Victoria University 
63 Charles Street West 

Annesley Hall Victoria University 

95 Queen's Park Crescent 

Margaret Addison Hall 
Victoria University 
140 Charles Street West 

Trinity College 
6 Hoskin Avenue 

St. Hilda's College 

Trinity College 

44 Devonshire Place 

Knox College 

59 St. George Street 

Ewart College 
156 St. George 

Wycliffe College 
5 Hoskin Avenue 

Clover Hill 

St. Michael's College 

50 St. Joseph Street 

Elmsley Hall 

St. Michael's College 

81 St. Mary's Street 

More House 

St. Michael's College 

57 Queen's Park Crescent East 

Fisher House 

St. Michael's College 

57 Queen's Park Crescent East 

Tecfy Hall 

St. Michael's College 

57 Queen's Park Crescent East 

Sullivan House 

St. Michael's College 

96 St. Joseph Street 



Location 
Toronto 



Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 

Toronto 
Toronto 

Toronto 
Toronto 

Toronto 
Toronto 

Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 
Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 

Toronto 



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Item 
107. 

108. 

109. 

110. 

111. 

112. 

113. 

114. 

115. 

116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 



Name of University 
University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 

University of Toronto 
University of Toronto 
University of Toronto 
University of Toronto 



Residence 



Location 



120. 


University of Toronto 


121. 


Trent University 


122. 


Trent University 


123. 


Trent University 


124. 


Trent University 


125. 


Trent University 


126. 


Trent University 


127. 


Trent University 



McCorkell House 
St. Michael's College 
2 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


Belisle House 

St. Michael's College 

1 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


Phelan House 

St. Michael's College 

3 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


Windle House 

St. Michael's College 

5 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


Maritain House 

St. Michael's College 

6 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


Gilson House 

St. Michael's College 

8 Elmsley Place 


Toronto 


Loretto College 

St. Michael's College 

70 St. Mary's Street 


Toronto 


St. Joseph's College 
St. Michael's College 
90 Wellesley Street West 


Toronto 


St. Basil's College 
St. Michael's College 
95 St. Joseph Street 


Toronto 


Massey College 
4 Devonshire Place 


Toronto 


Scarborough College 

1235 and 1295 Military Trail 


Scarborough 


Aboriginal 
43 Sussex 


Toronto 


Faculty of Law 

18 & 20 Washington Avenue 

65 Charles Street West 

368 Huron Street 

705 Spadina Avenue 


Toronto 


Erindale College 
3349 Mississauga Road 


Mississauga 


Lady Eaton College 
Nassau Campus 


Peterborough 


Champlain College 
Nassau Campus 


Peterborough 


Langton House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

554 Reid Street 


Peterborough 


Crawford House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

310 London Street 


Peterborough 


Scott House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

300 London Street 


Peterborough 


Stewart House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

292 London Street 


Peterborough 


Wallis Hall 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

310 London Stteet 


Peterborough 



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655 



Item 


Name of University 


128. 


Trent University 


129. 


Trent University 


130. 


Trent University 


131. 


Trent University 


132. 


Trent University 


133. 


Trent University 


134. 


Trent University 


135. 


Trent University 


136. 


Trent University 



137. 



University of Waterloo 



138. 


University of Waterloo 


139. 


University of Waterloo 


140. 


University of Waterloo 


141. 


University of Waterloo 


142. 


University of Waterloo 


143. 


University of Waterloo 


144. 


University of Waterloo 


145. 


University of Waterloo 


146. 


University of Waterloo 


147. 


University of Waterloo 


148. 


University of Western Ontario 


149. 


University of Western Ontario 


150. 


University of Western Ontario 



Residence 

Sadlier House 

Peter Robinson College 

751 George Street 

Stratton House 

Peter Robinson College 

740 Water Street 

Reade House 

Peter Robinson College 

741 George Street 

Abbott House 

Peter Robinson College 

754 Water Street 

East Lxxlge 

Peter Robinson College 

748 George Street 

Town Houses 

Peter Robinson College 

723 George Street 

Otonabee College 
Nassau Campus 

Bradbum House 

Catharine Parr Traill College 

293 London Street 

Principal's Lodge 
Traill College 
314 London S&eet 

Tutors' Residence 
South Campus, 1,2,3,4,5 
200 University Avenue West 



Location 
Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 
Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Waterloo 



Columbia Lake Townhouses 


Waterloo 


350 Columbia Street West 




Village #1 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




Village #2 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




Minota Hagey Residence 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




Conrad Greble College 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




St. Jerome College 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




Notre Dame College 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




Renison College 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




St. Paul's College Residence 


Waterloo 


200 University Avenue West 




Resurrection College 


Waterloo 


265 Westmount Road North 




Brough Hall 


London 


Huron College 




1349 Western Road 




Alumni House 


London 


University Drive 




Hellmuth Hall 


London 



Huron College 
1349 Western Road 



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Item Name of University 

151. University of Western Ontario 

152. University of Western Ontario 



153. University of Western Ontario 

154. University of Western Ontario 

155. University of Western Ontario 

156. University of Western Ontario 

1 57. University of Western Ontario 

158. University of Western Ontario 

159. University of Western Ontario 

160. University of Western Ontario 

161. University of Western Ontario 

162. University of Western Ontario 

163. University of Western Ontario 

1 64. University of Western Ontario 

1 65 . University of Western Ontario 

1 66. University of Western Ontario 

1 67. University of Western Ontario 

168. University of Western Ontario 

1 69. University of Western Ontario 

1 70. University of Western Ontario 

171. Wilfrid Laurier University 



in / l^J\ UA/,r,l in UE L UlN lAJ 


^'^ O. Reg. 45/96 


Residence 


Lcx:ation 


O'Neil, Ridley Hall Residence 
Huron College 
1349 Western Road 


London 


Henderson House, 

Cronyn House, Benson House, 

Huron College 

1349 Western Road 

Young House 


London 


Brescia College 
1285 Western Road 


London 


Mary Manor 
Brescia College 
1285 Western Road 


London 



Monsignor Wemple Building 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

King's Alumni 
Court Residence 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #1 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #2 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #3 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #4 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #5 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #6 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #7 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #8 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #9 
King's College 
266 Epworth Avenue 

Town House #10 
King's College 

Sydenham Hall 
Richmond Street W/S 

Delaware Hall 
Western Road E/S 

Medway Hall 
Richmond Street W/S 

Saugeen-Maitland Hall 
289 Windermere Road 

Bouckaert Hall Residence 
75 University Avenue West 



London 
London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 

London 
London 
London 
London 
London 
Waterloo 



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THI 


Item 


Name of University 


172. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


173. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


174. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


175. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


176. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


177. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


178. 


Wilfrid Laurier University 


179. 


Windsor University 


180. 


Windsor University 


181. 


Windsor University 


182. 


Windsor University 


183. 


Windsor University 


184. 


Windsor University 


185. 


Windsor University 


186. 


Windsor University 


187. 


Windsor University 


188. 


Windsor University 


189. 


Windsor University 


190. 


Windsor University 


191. 


Windsor University 


192. 


Windsor University 


193. 


Windsor University 


194. 


Windsor University 



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Residence 


Location 


Clara Conrad Residence 
25 University Avenue West 


Waterioo 


Nils Willison Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


Little House Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterloo 


Leopold Residence 

75 University Avenue West 


Waterioo 


W. Euler Residence 

75 University Avenue West 


Waterioo 


Bricker Residence 

75 University Avenue West 


Waterioo 


MacDonald House Residence 
75 University Avenue West 


Waterioo 


MacDonald Hall 
401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


Laurier Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


Cartier Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


Electa Hall 

233-265 Patricia Road 


Windsor 


Cody Hall 

401 Sunset Avenue 


Windsor 


Huron Hall 
869 Mill Street 


Windsor 


Tecumseh Hall 
869 Mill Street 


Windsor 


Langton House 
Canterbury College 
226 Pau-icia Road 


Windsor 



Becket House 

Canterbury College 

2585 Riverside Drive West 

Rayson House 
Canterbury College 
210 Pau-icia Road 

Parker House 
Canterbury College 
105 Sunset Avenue 

Whitgift House 
Canterbury College 
125 Sunset Avenue 

Cranmer House 

Canterbury College 

2541 Riverside Drive West 

Laud House 
Canterbury College 
145 Sunset Avenue 

Wake House 
Canterbury College 
165 Sunset Avenue 

Geoffrey Fisher Hall 
Canterbury College 
270 Patricia Road 



Windsor 



Windsor 



Windsor 



Windsor 



Windsor 



Windsor 



Windsor 



Windsor 



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Item 


Name of Universit 


195. 


Windsor University 


196. 


Windsor University 


197. 


Windsor University 


198. 


Windsor University 


199. 


York University 


200. 


York University 


201. 


York University 


202. 


York University 


203. 


York University 


204. 


York University 


205. 


York University 


206. 


York University 


207. 


York University 


208. 


York University 


209. 


York University 


210. 


York University 


211. 


York University 


212. 


York University 



213. 



York University 



Residence 

Ramsay House 
Canterbury College 
255 Sunset Avenue 

Anselm House 
Canterbury College 
2559 Riverside Drive West 

Clark 
Phase I 
Phase II 

Davidson House 
Canterbury College Avenue 
271 Sunset Avenue 

Bethune 

4700 Keele Street 

York Apartments 
2 Assiniboine Road 

York Apartments 
4 Assiniboine Road 

York Apartments 
6 Assiniboine Road 

York Apartments 
8 Assiniboine Road 

York Apartments 
22 Moon Road 

Wood 

2275 Bayview Avenue 

Marion Hilliard 
2275 Bayview Avenue 

Founders 

4700 Keele Street 

Vanier College 
4700 Keele Street 

Winters College 
4700 Keele Street 

Tatham Hall 
4700 Keele Street 

Stong College 
4700 Keele Street 

York Apartments 
2 Passy Crescent 
4 Passy Crescent 
6 Passy Crescent 
8 Passy Crescent 
10 Passy Crescent 
12 Passy Crescent 
14 Passy Crescent 
16 Passy Crescent 
1 8 Passy Crescent 

Calumet 

201 Athabasca Road 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1994. 



Location 
Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Windsor 

North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 
North York 



North York 



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THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 47/96 659 



ONTARIO REGULATION 46/96 

made under the 
INCOME TAX ACT 

Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 20, 1996 

Amending Reg. 647 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Ontario Tax Reduction) 

Note: Regulation 647 has not been amended in 1995 and 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Clause 1 (3) (c) of Regulation 647 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following substituted: 

(c) subject to subsection (4), the individual or the individual's 
cohabiting spouse, if any, with whom the individual resided on 
December 31 of the taxation year, is deducting an amount under 
subsection 118.3 (2) or paragraph 118 (1) (b) or (d) of the 
Federal Act for the taxation year in respect of the dependant, if 
the dependant is eighteen years or older on December 31 of the 
taxation year; and 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1993. 



Application 

2. This Order applies to the land in the Township of Lorrain in the 
District of Timiskaming, being part of Parcel 21305, in the Register for 
South Section Timiskaming, being composed of the surface rights of 
that part of the north half of Lot 1 , in Concession Xll designated as Part 
1 on Plan 54R-4053, deposited in the Land Registry Office for the Land 
Titles Division of Timiskaming (No. 54), including all tailings, tailings 
structures, buildings and surface infrastructure, saving and excepting 
all openings to surface and related underground workings and the 
reservations and exceptions contained in the original patent from the 
Crown, namely all ores, mines or minerals which are or shall hereafter 
be found on or under the said lands. 

General 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall be used and no building 
or structure shall be erected or used except in accordance with the terms 
of this Order, but nothing in this Order prevents the use of any land, 
building or structure for any purpose prohibited by this Order if such 
land, building or structure was lawfully used for such purpose on the 
day this Order comes into force. 

Accessory Uses. Buiidings and Structures 

4. (1) Subject to section 5, accessory uses, buildings and structures 
are permitted. 



10/96 



(2) No accessory building or structure shall be used for human 
habitation, except for the temporary accommodation of workers. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 47/96 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 16, 1996 
Filed: Febmary 21, 1996 



ZONING AREAS— GEOGRAPHIC TOWNSHIP OF 
LORRAIN, TERRITORUL DISTRICT OF TIMISKAMING 

Interpretation 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or structure, means 
a use, building or structure that is normally incidental or subordinate 
to the principal use, building or structure on the same lot; 

"industrial use" means the use of any land, buildings or structures for 
the purpose of manufacturing, assembling, making, preparing, 
inspecting, ornamenting, finishing, treating, altering, repairing, 
warehousing, storing or adapting for sale any equipment, goods, 
substance, article or thing; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document legally capable of 
conveying land; or 

(b) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan of subdivision; 

"mining use" means the use of any land, buildings or structures for the 
purpose of extracting or processing minerals; 

"temporary accommodation" means for the purpose of housing workers 
for a period of less than thirty days. 



Temporary Uses 

5. A tool shed, scaffold, or other building or sttucture incidental to 
the construction of a building or structure permitted by this Order may 
be maintained until the construction is completed or has been 
discontinued for sixty consecutive days. 

Permitted Uses 

6. Every use of land and every erection or use of buildings or 
structures on the land to which this Order applies is prohibited except, 

(a) Mining uses; and 

(b) Industrial uses. 

Rebuilding and Repairs 

7. (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the reconstruction or repair of 
any building or structure that is damaged or destroyed by causes beyond 
the control of the owner if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening or restoration to 
a safe condition of any building or structure or part of any such building 
or structure. 



Brian Douglas Riddell 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 16, 1996. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 48/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 22, 1996 
Filed: February 22, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 672/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, Geographic Townships of 

Campbell, Dawson, Mills and Robinson) 



Note: Since January 1, 1995, Ontario Regulation 672/81 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 363/95, 462/95, 549/95 and 
37/96. For prior amendments, see the Tables of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1 . Minimum lot frontage 

2. Minimum lot area 

3. Maximum lot coverage 

4. Minimum front yard 

5. Minimum rear yard 

6. Minimum side yards 

7. Maximum height 





0. Reg. 49/96 


30 


metres 


,858 


square metres 


15 


per cent 


15 


metres 


7.5 


metres 


15 


metres 



metres 



(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the Township of 
Campbell, in the District of Manitoulin, being part of Lot 3 in Conces- 
sion XllI, designated as Part 1 on Reference Plan 31R-2698 deposited 
in the Land Registry Office for the Registry Division of Manitoulin 
(No. 31). 



1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by adding tiie following 
section: 



183. (1) Despite section 47, one single dwelling together with ac- 
cessory buildings and structures may be erected, located and used on 
the lands described in subsection (2) if the following requirements are 
met: 



Bryan O. Hill 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 22, 1996. 
10/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 49/96 

made under the 

AGRICULTURAL TILE DRAINAGE INSTALLATION ACT 



Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: February 23, 1996 

Amending Reg. ISofR.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 18 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 459/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the Frencli version of Regulation 18 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the 
following substituted: 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 49/96 ; 

pris en application de la ', 

LOI SUR LES INSTALLATIONS DE DRAINAGE i 

AGRICOLE i 

pris le 14 février 1996 I 

déposé le 23 février 19% 

modifiant le Règl. 18 des R.R.O. de 1990 ; 

(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Depuis le l^' janvier 1995, le Règlement 18 a été modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 459/95. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1994. 

1. Les articles 2, 3, 4 et 5 de la version française du Règlement 18 
des Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 sont abrogés et 
remplacés par ce qui suit : 



2. (1) Le permis d'exercer l'activité de mettre en place des 
installations de drainage expire à la fin de l'année de sa délivrance. 

(2) Le permis n'est pas cessible. 

(3) Les droits à acquitter pour la délivrance ou le renouvellement du 
permis sont de : 

a) 25 $ pour la mise en place d'au plus 300 000 pieds d'installa- 
tions de drainage; 

b) 50 $ pour la mise en place de plus de 300 000 pieds d'installa- 
tions de drainage. 

3. (1) Le permis d'opérateur de machine utilisée pour mettre en 
place des installations de drainage expire à la fin de l'année de sa 
délivrance. 

(2) Le permis n'est pas cessible. 

(3) Les droits à acquitter pour la délivrance ou le renouvellement du 
permis sont de 5 $. 



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4. (1) Le permis d'utiliser une machine pour mettre en place des 
installations de drainage expire à la Fm de l'année de sa délivrance. 
Toutefois, le permis pour une machine qui ne sert qu'à la 
démonstration expire un an après la date de sa délivrance. 

(2) Les droits à acquitter pour la délivrance ou le renouvellement du 
permis sont de : 

a) 100 $ pour une charrue; 

b) 50 $ pour tout autre machine; 

c) malgré les alinéas a) et b), 10 $ pour une machine qui ne sert 
qu'à la démonstration. 



661 



2. Section 6 of the French version of the Regulation is amended 
by striliing out the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the 
following: 



2. L'article 6 de la version française du Règlement est modifié par 
substitution, au passage qui précède la disposition 1, de ce qui suit : 



6. Les droits suivants s'ajoutent aux droits presents aux articles 2, 
3 et 4: 



3. Oause 9 (b) of the French version of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "rédigé selon la formule T' in the first Une. 

4. (1) Section 10 of the French version of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "rédigé selon la formule 4" in the first line 
and substituting "d'exercer l'activité de mettre en place des 
installations de drainage". 

(2) Subclause 10 (b) (i) of the French version of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "rédigé selon la formule 5". 

(3) Clause 10 (c) of the French version of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "rédigé selon la formule 6" in the second 
line. 

(4) Clause 10 (d) of the French version of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "rédigé selon la formule 8" in the second 
line and substituting "rédigé selon la formule fournie par le 
directeur". 

5. Section 14 of the French version of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the 
following: 



3. L'alinéa 9 b) de la version française du Règlement est modifié 
par suppression de «rédigé selon la formule 7» à la première ligne. 

4. (1) L'article 10 de la version française du Règlement est 
modifié par substitution, à «rédigé selon la formule 4» à la première 
ligne, de «d'exercer l'activité de mettre en place des installations de 
drainage». 

(2) Le sous-alinéa 10 b) (i) de la version française du Règlement 
est modifié par suppression de «rédigé selon la formule 5». 

(3) L'alinéa 10 c) de la version française du Règlement est modifié 
par suppression de «rédigé selon la formule 6» à la deuxième ligne. 

(4) L'alinéa 10 d) de la version française du Règlement est modifié 
par substitution, à «rédigé selon la formule 8» à la deuxième ligne, 
de «rédigé selon la formule fournie par le directeur». 



S. L'article 14 de la version française du Règlement est modifié 
par substitution, au passage qui précède l'alinéa a), de ce qui suit : 



14. Outre les motifs énoncés à l'article 5 de la Loi justifiant le refus 
de renouveler un permis, sa suspension ou sa révocation, le directeur 
peut également refuser de renouveler ou peut suspendre ou révoquer 
un permis d'exercer l'activité de mettre en place des installations de 
drainage ou un permis d'opérateur de machine utilisée pour mettre en 
place des installations de drainage si, après une audience : 



6. Forms 1 to 8 of the French version of the Regulation are 
revoked. 



6. Les formules 1 à 8 de la version française du Règlement sont 
abrogées. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 50/96 

made under the 

ONTARIO NEW HOMES WARRANTY PLAN ACT 



O. Reg. 50/96 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 50/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE RÉGIME DES GARANTIES DES 

LOGEMENTS NEUFS DE L'ONTARIO 



Note: 



Made: February 22, 1996 
Filed: February 23, 1996 

Amending Reg. 892 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Administration of the Plan) 

Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 892 has not been 
amended. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations 
in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Subparagraph 3 (1) of Schedule A to Regulation 892 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(1) The enrolment fee for every home of a type referred to in clauses 
(a) and (b) of the defînition of "home" in section 1 of the Act is as 
follows: 



Remarque : 



pris le 22 février 1996 
déposé le 23 février 1996 

modifiant le Règl. 892 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Administration du Régime) 

Depuis le 1" janvier 1995, le Règlement 892 n'a pas été 
modifié. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table 
des règlements qui fîgure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 
1994. 



L La sous-disposition 3 (1) de l'annexe A du Règlement 892 des 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogée et remplacée 
par ce qui suit : 

(1) Les droits d'enregistrement pour chaque logement d'un genre 
visé aux alinéas a) et b) de la définition de «logement» à l'article 1 de 
la Loi s'établissent comme suit : 





Sale Price of the Home 


Fee 


Prix de vente du logement 


Droits 




$100,000 or less 


$525.00 


100 000$ ou moins 


525,00 


over 


$100,000 up to and including $150,000 


550.00 


plus de 100 000 $,jusqu'à concurrence de 150 000$ 


550,00 


over 


$150,000 up to and including $200,000 


600.00 


plus de 150 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 200 000 $ 


600,00 


over 


$200,000 up to and including $250,000 


650.00 


plus de 200 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 250 000 $ 


650,00 


over 


$250,000 up to and including $300,000 


700.00 


plus de 250 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 300 000 $ 


700,00 


over 


$300,000 up to and including $350,000 


750.00 


plus de 300 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 350 000 $ 


750,00 


over 


$350,000 up to and including $400,000 


800.00 


plus de 350 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 400 000 $ 


800,00 


over 


$400,000 up to and including $450,000 


850.00 


plus de 400 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 450 000 $ 


850,00 


over 


$450,000 up to and including $500,000 


900.00 


plus de 450 000 $, jusqu'à concurrence de 500 000 $ 


900,00 


over 


$500,000 


950.00 


plus de 500 000$ 


950,00 



2. This Regulation comes into force on March 1, 1996. 

Passed by the Directors on February 22, 1996. 



2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le l" mars 1996. 

Adopté par les administrateurs le 22 février 1996. 



Hugh Heron 
Chair 



Hugh Heron 
Président 



Al Libfeld 
Secretary 

Confirmed by the members in accordance with the Corporations Act on 
February 22, 1996. 



Al Libfeld 
Secrétaire 

Ratifié par les membres conformément à la Loi sur les personnes 
morales le 22 février 1996. 



Al Libfeld 
Secretary 



Al Libfeld 
Secrétaire 



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1996— «3— 16 



ONTARIO REGULATION 51/96 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: Febniary 26, 1996 
Filed: February 26, 1996 

Amending Reg. 995 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Forms and Records) 

Note: Regulation 995 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 3 of Regulation 995 of tiie Revised Regulations of 
Ontario is revolted and the following substituted: 

3. Every land registry office shall be kept open from 12:00 o'clock 
noon until 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon, local time, and no instrument 
shall be received for registration except within those hours. 



Ian Veftch 
Director of Land Registration 

Dated at Toronto on February 26, 1996. 

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without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

5. Despite subsections 28 (9) and (10), the term of validity of a 
certificate referred to in those subsections is extended until the day this 
Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the term of validity 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 

6. (1) Despite subclauses 29 (1) (a) (i) and (ii), the periods of three 
years and one year respectively that are referred to in those subclauses 
are extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the 
extension, the period of three years or one year, as the case may be, 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 

(2) Despite clause 29 (1) (b), the period of three years referred to in 
that clause is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

(3) Despite subclauses 29 (2) (a) (i) and (ii), the periods of three years 
and one year respectively that are referred to in those subclauses are 
extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the 
extension, the period of three years or one year, as the case may be, 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 52/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 21, 1996 
Filed: February 26, 1996 



EXTENDING TIME PERIODS RELATING TO 
DRIVERS' LICENCES: ONTARIO REGULATION 340/94 

1. In this Regulation, a reference to a provision is a reference to a 
provision of Ontario Regulation 340/94. 

2. The term of validity of every driver's licence is extended beyond 
the expiry date shown on the driver's licence until the day this 
Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the term of validity 
would expire on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

3. Despite subsection 12 (3), the period of three years referred to in 
that subsection is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
appUcant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

4. Despite subsection 13 (1), the period of five years referred to in 
that subsection is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if. 



(4) Despite clause 29 (2) (b), the period of three years referred to in 
that clause is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

(5) Despite subsections 29 (7), (9) and ( 1 0), the period of three years 
referred to in those subsections is extended until the day this Regulation 
is revoked if, without the extension, that period would expire, to the 
detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into 
force. 

7. Despite section 31, the period of three years referred to in that 
section is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without 
the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, 
on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

8. Despite subsections 33 (1) and (2), the period of six days referred 
to in those subsections is extended until the day this Regulation is 
revoked if, without the extension, that period would expire on or after 
the day this Regulation comes into force, to the detriment of the holder 
of a driver's licence who has changed address or name, as the case may 
be. 



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O. Reg. 57/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 53/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 21, 1996 
Filed: February 26, 1996 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
VEHICLE PERMITS 

1. Despite subsection 5 (1) of Regulation 628 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1 990 (Vehicle Permits), the term of validity of every 
vehicle permit is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, the permit would cease to be currently validated 
on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 56/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 21, 19% 
Filed: February 26, 1996 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
SAFETY STANDARDS CERTIFICATES 

1. Despite subsection 2 ( 1 ) of Regulation 628 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1 990 (Vehicle Permits), the term of validity of every 
safety standards certificate is extended until the day this Regulation is 
revoked if, without the extension, the certificate would cease to be valid 
for the purpose of receiving a permit for a used motor vehicle by reason 
of the expiry of the 36 day period referred to in that subsection on or 
after the day this Regulation comes into force. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 54/96 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 21, 1996 
Filed: February 26, 1996 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF DRIVING 
INSTRUCTOR'S LICENCES 

1. (1) Despite subsection 8 (1) of Regulation 586 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Driving Instructor's Licence), the term 
of validity of every driving instructor's licence is extended beyond the 
expiry date shown on the licence until the day this Regulation is 
revoked if, without the extension, the term of validity would expire, to 
the detriment of the holder, on or after the day this Regulation comes 
into force. 

(2) A driving instructor's licence whose term of vaHdity is extended 
under subsection (1) is not renewable unless the licence is renewed 
within one year of the expiry date shown on it. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 55/96 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 21, 1996 
Filed: February 26, 1996 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
SAFETY INSPECTION STICKERS 



1. Despite subsections 8 (5), 9 (5), 10 (6) and 1 1 (6) and (8) of Regu- 
lation 61 1 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Safety Inspec- 
tions), the term of validity of every safety inspection sticker is extended 
until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the 
inspection sticker would cease to be valid on or after the day this Regu- 
lation comes into force. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULA-nON 57/96 

made under the 

PRIVATE VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg.939 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 939 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Subsection 3 (2) of Regulation 939 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding tlie follDwing clause: 

(b.2) March 15, 1996, in the case of an application to renew 
registration for 1996; 

2. (1) Subsection 4 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

(2) An applicant for registration to conduct or operate a private voca- 
tional school in 1995 or in a later year shall pay the following fees: 



(2) Subsection 4 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

(4) An applicant for renewal of registration to conduct or operate a 
private vocational school in 1995 or in a later year shall pay the 
following fees; 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 58/96 

made under the 

HEALTH PROTECTION AND PROMOTION ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 565 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Public Pools) 

Note: Regulation 565 has not been amended in 1995 or 19%. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. (1) Clause 16.1 (2) (a) of Regulation 565 of tiie Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "inlet and" in the 
first line. 

(2) Clause 16.1 (2) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out 'inlet or" in the first line. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 59/96 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 949 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking Infractions) 



Note: 



Regulation 949 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 



I. (1) The Table to section 13 of Regulation 949 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following: 

Capreol 
Halton Hills 



Nickel Centre 

Onaping Falls 

Rayside-Balfour 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury (City) 

Sudbury (Regional Municipality) 

Valley East 

Walden 

(2) On March 1, 1996, the I^ble is amended by adding "London". 

2. (1) The Table to section 16 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following: 

Town of Capreol 

Town of Marathon 

City of Mississauga 

Town of New Tecumseth 

Town of Nickel Centre 

Town of Onaping Falls 

Town of Rayside-Balfour 

City of Sudbury 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury 

Town of Valley East 

Town of Walden 

(2) On March 1, 1996, the T^ble is amended by adding "City of 
Ottawa". 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 60/96 

made under the 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: February 13, 19% 

Approved: February 28, 1996 

Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 194of R.R.O. 1990 
(Rules of Civil Procedure) 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 60/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICL^RES 

pris le 13 février 1996 

approuvé le 28 février 1996 

déposé le 29 février 19% 

modifiant le Règl. 194 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Règles de procédure civile) 



Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 194 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 69/95, 70/95, 377/95, 533/95 and 534/95. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



Remarque : Depuis le l^janvier 1995, le Règlement 194 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 69/95, 70/95, 377/95, 
533/95 et 534/95. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de 
l'Ontario de 1994. 



1. Subnile 76.01 (1) of Regulation 194 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



1. Le paragraphe 76.01 (1) du Règlement 194 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 



Application of Rule 



Champ d'application de la Règle 



(1) The simplified procedure set out in this Rule applies to actions 
commenced on or after March 1 1 , 1996, but it does not apply to actions 
under. 



(1) La procédure simplifiée prévue par la présente Règle s'applique 
aux actions introduites le 11 mars 1996 ou après cette date. Toutefois, 
elle ne s'applique pas aux actions introduites en vertu de : 



(a) the Class Proceedings Act, 1992; 



a) la Loi de 1992 sur les recours collectifs; 



(b) the Construction Lien Act; 



b) la Loi sur le privilège dans l'industrie de la construction; 



(c) Rule 69 or 70. 



c) la Règle 69 ou 70. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 61/96 

made under the 
COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: February 13, 1996 

Approved: February 28, 1996 

Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 194of R.R.O. 1990 
(Rules of Civil Procedure) 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 61/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES TRIBUNAUX JUDICURES 

pris le 13 février 1996 

approuvé le 28 février 1996 

déposé le 29 février 19% 

modifiant le Règl. 194 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Règles de procédure civile) 



Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 194 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 69/95, 70/95, 377/95, 533/95 and 534/95. 
For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



Remarque : Depuis le 1" janvier 1995, le Règlement 194 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 69/95, 70/95, 377/95, 
533/95 et 534/95. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Lois de 
l'Ontario de 1994 



1. Subrule 25.06 (8) of Regulation 194 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



Nature of Act or Condition of Mind 

(8) Where fraud, misrepresentation, breach of trust, malice or intent 
is alleged, the pleading shall contain full particulars, but knowledge 
may be alleged as a fact without pleading the circumstances from which 
it is to be inferred. 



2. Regulation 194 is amended by adding the following Rule: 



RULE 30.1 DEEMED UNDERTAKING 



1. Le paragraphe 25.06 (8) du Règlement 194 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

Nature de l'acte ou état d'esprit 

(8) En cas d'allégation de fraude, de déclaration inexacte des faits, 
d'abus de confiance ou d'intention, notamment d'intention de nuire, 
l'acte de procédure comprend toutes les précisions sur l'allégation. La 
connaissance peut toutefois être alléguée comme un fait sans que soit 
précisée la situation dont on l'infère. 

2. Le Règlement 194 est modifié par adjonction de la Règle 
suivante : 

RÈGLE 30.1 PRÉSOMPTION D'ENGAGEMENT 



Application 

30.1 (1) This Rule applies to. 



Champ d'application 

30.1 (1) La présente Règle s'applique : 



(a) evidence obtained under, 



(i) Rule 30 (documentary discovery). 



a) d'une part, aux éléments de preuve obtenus aux termes des règles 
suivantes : 

(i) la Règle 30 (communication des documents). 



(ii) Rule 31 (examination for discovery), 



(ii) la Règle 31 (interrogatoire préalable). 



(iii) Rule 32 (inspection of property). 



(iii) la Règle 32 (inspection de biens). 



(iv) Rule 33 (medical examination). 



(iv) la Règle 33 (examen médical). 



(v) Rule 35 (examination for discovery by written questions), 



(v) la Règle 35 (interrogatoire préalable par écrit). 



(vi) Rule 60.18 (examination in aid of execution); and 
(b) information obtained from evidence referred to in clause (a). 



(vi) la règle 60.18 (interrogatoire à l'appui de l'exécution 
forcée); 

b) d'autre part, aux renseignements tirés des éléments de preuve 
visés à l'alinéa a). 



(2) This Rule does not apply to evidence or information obtained (2) La présente Règle ne s'applique pas aux éléments de preuve ou 

otherwise than under the rules referred to in subrule (1). aux renseignements obtenus autrement qu'aux termes des règles visées 

au paragraphe (1). 



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(3) All parties and their counsel are deemed to undertake not to use 
evidence or information to which this Rule applies for any purposes 
other than those of the proceeding in which the evidence was obtained. 



Exceptions 



(3) Toutes les parties et leurs avocats sont réputés s'engager à ne pas 
utiliser les éléments de preuve ou les renseignements auxquels la 
présente Règle s'applique à des fins autres que celles de l'instance au 
cours de laquelle les éléments de preuve ont été obtenus. 

Exceptions 



(4) Subrule (3) does not prohibit a use to which the person who 
disclosed the evidence consents. 



(5) Subrule (3) does not prohibit the use, for any purpose, of. 



(a) evidence that is filed with the court; 



(4) Le paragraphe (3) n'a pas pour effet d'interdire l'utilisation 
d'éléments de preuve ou de renseignements à laquelle consent la . 
personne qui a divulgué les éléments de preuve. | 

(5) Le paragraphe (3) n'a pas pour effet d'interdire l'utilisation, à 
une fin quelconque, de ce qui suit : 

a) les éléments de preuve qui sont déposés auprès du tribunal; 



(b) evidence that is given or referred to during a hearing; 



(c) information obtained from evidence referred to in clause (a) or 
(b). 



b) les éléments de preuve qui sont présentés ou mentionnés au cours 
d'une audience; 

c) les renseignements tirés des éléments de preuve visés à l'alinéa 
a) ou b). 



(6) Subrule (3) does not prohibit the use of evidence obtained in one 
proceeding, or information obtained from such evidence, to impeach 
the testimony of a witness in another proceeding. 



(6) Le paragraphe (3) n'a pas pour effet d'interdire l'utilisation 
d'éléments de preuve obtenus au cours d'une instance, ou de 
renseignements tirés de ceux-ci, pour attaquer la crédibilité d'un témoin 
dans une autre instance. 



(7) Subrule (3) does not prohibit the use of evidence or information 
in accordance with subrule 31.11 (8) (subsequent action). 



Order that Undertaking does not Apply 



(7) Le paragraphe (3) n'a pas pour effet d'interdire l'utilisation de 
dépositions ou de renseignements conformément au paragraphe 31.11 
(8) (action subséquente). 

Ordonnance prescrivant que l'engagement ne s 'applique pas 



(8) If satisfied that the interests of justice outweigh any prejudice 
that would result to a party who disclosed evidence, the court may order 
that subrule (3) does not apply to the evidence or to information 
obtained from it, and may impose such terms and give such directions 
as are just. 



(8) S'il est convaincu que l'intérêt de la justice l'emporte sur tout 
préjudice que pourrait encourir une partie qui a divulgué des éléments 
de preuve, le tribunal peut ordonner que le paragraphe (3) ne s'applique 
pas aux éléments de preuve ou aux renseignements tirés de ceux-ci, et 
imposer les conditions et donner les directives qu'il estime justes. 



3. Rule 51.06 of the Regulation is amended by adding the heading 
"Motion" before subrule (1) and by adding the following subrule: 



Exception: Deemed Undertaking 



(3) If Rule 30.1 applies to the admission, its use in another 
proceeding is subject to Rule 30.1 (deemed undertaking). 



4. Subrule 59.05 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



3. La règle 51.06 du Règlement est modifiée par insertion de 
l'intertitre «Motion» avant le paragraphe (1) et par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 



Exception : présomption d'engagement 



i 



(3) Si la Règle 30.1 s'applique à l'aveu, l'utilisation de celui-ci dans 
une autre instance est assujettie à la Règle 30.1 (présomption 
d'engagement). 

4. Le paragraphe 59.05 (5) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 



(5) An order of the Court of Appeal shall be entered not only in the 
office described in subrule (3) but also in the office of the Registrar of 
the Court of Appeal. 



(5) L'ordonnance rendue par la Cour d'appel est inscrite non 
seulement au greffe visé au paragraphe (3), mais aussi au bureau du 
greffier de la Cour d'appel. 



5. (1) The heading to rule 61.03 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 



5. (1) L'intertitre de la règle 61.03 du Règlement est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 



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MOTION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL TO DIVISIONAL COURT 



MOTION EN AUTORISATION D'INTERJETER APPEL 
DEVANT LA COUR DIVISIONNAIRE 



(2) Subrule 61.03 (1) of the Regulation is amended by strilung out 
"to an appellate court" in the first line and substituting "to the 
Divisional Court". 



(2) Le paragraphe 61.03 (1) du Règlement est modifié par 
substitution, à «devant un tribunal d'appel» aux première et 
deuxième lignes, de «devant la Cour divisionnaire». 



(3) Subrule 61.03 (2) of the Regulation is amended by inserting 
"to the Divisional Court" after "leave to appeal" in the first line, and 
by adding the following subclauses to clause (a): 



(3) Le paragraphe 61.03 (2) du Règlement est modifié par 
insertion de «devant la Cour divisionnaire» après «autorisation 
d'interjeter appel» à la première ligne, et par adjonction des 
sous-alinéas suivants à l'alinéa a) : 



(iv. 1) a copy of any order or decision that was the subject of the 
hearing before the court or tribunal from which leave to 
appeal is sought, 



(iv.l) une copie de toute ordonnance ou décision qui a fait l'objet 
de l'audience devant le tribunal ou tribunal administratif 
dont l'ordonnance ou la décision fait l'objet de la motion en 
autorisation d'interjeter appel, 



(iv.2) a copy of any reasons for the order or decision referred to in 
subclause (iv.l), with a further typed or printed copy if the 
reasons are handwritten. 



(iv.2) une copie des motifs de l'ordonnance ou de la décision 
visées au sous-alinéa (iv. I) et, si les motifs se présentent sous 
forme manuscrite, une copie supplémentaire tapée ou 
imprimée. 



(4) Subrule 61.03 (3) of the Regulation is amended by inserting 
"to the Divisional Court" after "leave to appeal" in the first line. 



(4) Le paragraphe 61.03 (3) du Règlement est modifié par 
insertion de «devant la Cour divisionnaire» après «autorisation 
d'taiterjeter appel» à la première ligne. 



(5) Subrule 61.03 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"the court" m the third line and substituting "the Divisional Court". 



(5) Le paragraphe 61.03 (4) du Règlement est modifié par 
substitution, à «au tribunal» à la troisième ligne, de «à la Cour 
divisionnaire». 



6. Rule 61.03.1 of the Regulation Is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



6. La règle 61.03.1 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce 
qui suit : 



MOTION FOR LEAVE TO APPEAL TO COURT OF APPEAL 



MOTION EN AUTORISATION D'INTERJETER APPEL 
DEVANT LA COUR D'APPEL 



Motion in Writing 



Motion présentée par écrit 



61.03.1 (1) Where an appeal to the Court of Appeal requires the 
leave of that court, the motion for leave shall be made in writing, 
without the attendance of parties or counsel. 



61.03.1 ( I ) Si un appel ne peut être interjeté devant la Cour d' appel 
qu'avec son autorisation, la motion en autorisation est présentée par 
écrit, en l'absence des parties et des avocats. 



Notice of Motion 



Avis de motion 



(2) The notice of motion for leave to appeal shall state that the 
motion will be submitted to the court for consideration 36 days after 
service of the moving party's motion record, factum and transcripts, if 
any, or on the filing of the moving party's reply factum, if any, 
whichever is earlier. 



(2) L'avis de motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel précise que la 
motion sera soumise au tribunal, pour qu'il l'examine, 36 jours après la 
signification du dossier de motion, du mémoire et, le cas échéant, des 
transcriptions de l'auteur de la motion ou, si celui-ci survient en 
premier, au moment du dépôt du mémoire de réponse de l'auteur de la 
motion, le cas échéant. 



(3) The notice of motion. 



(3) L'avis de motion ; 



(a) shall be served within IS days after the date of the order or 
decision from which leave to appeal is sought, unless a statute 
provides otherwise; and 



a) est signifié dans les IS jours qui suivent la date de l'ordonnance 
ou de la décision qui fait l'objet de la motion en autorisation 
d'interjeter appel, sauf disposition contraire d'une loi; 



(b) shall be filed with proof of service in the office of the Registrar 
within five days after service. 



b) est déposé, avec la preuve de sa signification, au bureau du 
greffier dans les cinq jours de la signification. 



Moving Party's Motion Record, Factum and "Dvnscripts 



Dossier de motion, mémoire et transcriptions de l'auteur de la 
motion 



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(4) The moving party shall serve a motion record and transcripts of 
evidence, if any, in accordance with subrule 61.03 (2), and a factum 
consisting of the following elements: 



(4) L'auteur de la motion signifie un dossier de motion et les 
transcriptions des témoignages, le cas échéant, conformément au 
paragraphe 61.03 (2), ainsi qu'un mémoire se composant des éléments 
suivants : 



Part I, containing a statement identifying the moving party and 
the court from which it is proposed to appeal, and stating the 
resuh in that court. 



1. La première partie, qui comprend un énoncé identifiant l'auteur 
de la motion et indiquant le tribunal devant lequel il est proposé 
d'interjeter appel, et qui précise la décision rendue par celui-ci. 



2. Part II, containing a concise summary of the facts relevant to the 
issues on the proposed appeal, with such reference to the 
evidence by page and line as is necessary. 



La deuxième partie, qui comprend un résumé concis des faits se 
rapportant aux questions en litige dans l'appel projeté, avec les 
renvois nécessaires à la ligne et à la page correspondantes des 
transcriptions. 



3. Part III, containing the specific questions that it is proposed the 
court should answer if leave to appeal is granted. 



3. La troisième partie, qui comprend les questions précises que l'on 
entend soumettre au tribunal si l'autorisation d'interjeter appel 
est accordée. 



4. Part IV, containing a statement of each issue raised, immediately 
followed by a concise statement of the law and authorities 
relating to that issue. 



a quatrième partie, qui comprend un exposé des questions 
soulevées, chacune étant suivie immédiatement d'un exposé 
concis des règles de droit, ainsi que des éléments de doctrine et 
de jurisprudence pertinents. 



S. Schedule A, containing a list of the authorities referred to. 



S. 'annexe A, qui comprend la liste des éléments de doctrine et de 
jurisprudence invoqués. 



6. Schedule B, containing the text of all relevant provisions of 
statutes, regulations and by-laws. 



6. Lannexe B, qui comprend le texte de toutes les dispositions 
législatives ou réglementaires et des règlements municipaux 
pertinents. 



(S) Parts I to IV shall be arranged in paragraphs numbered 
consecutively throughout the factum. 



(5) Les parties I à IV sont présentées sous forme de dispositions 
numérotées consécutivement dans l'ensemble du mémoire. 



(6) The moving party shall file three copies of the motion record, 
factum and transcripts, if any, and may file three copies of a book of 
authorities, if any, with proof of service, within 30 days after the filing 
of the notice of motion for leave to appeal. 



(6) L'auteur de la motion dépose trois copies du dossier de motion, 
du mémoire et, le cas échéant, des transcriptions, et peut déposer trois 
copies du recueil des éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence, le cas 
échéant, avec la preuve de leur signification, dans les 30 jours qui 
suivent le dépôt de l'avis de motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel. 



Responding Party's Motion Record and Factum 



Dossier de motion et mémoire de la partie intimée 



(7) The responding party may, if of the opinion that the moving 
party's motion record is incomplete, serve a motion record in 
accordance with subrule 61.03 (3). 



(7) La partie intimée peut, si elle est d'avis que le dossier de motion 
de l'auteur de la motion est incomplet, signifer un dossier de motion 
conformément au paragraphe 61.03 (3). 



(8) The responding party shall serve a factum consisting of the 
following elements: 



(8) La partie intimée signifie un mémoire se composant des éléments 
suivants : 



1. Part I, containing a statement of the facts in the moving party's 
summary of relevant facts that the responding party accepts as 
correct and those facts with which the responding party 
disagrees and a concise summary of any additional facts relied 
on, with such reference to the evidence by page and line as is 
necessary. 



La première partie, qui comprend un exposé des faits contenus 
dans le résumé des faits pertinents présentés par l'auteur de la 
motion et dont la partie intimée reconnaît l'exactitude ainsi que 
de ceux avec lesquels elle est en désaccord, et un résumé concis 
des faits supplémentaires invoqués, avec les renvois nécessaires 
à la ligne et à la page correspondantes des transcriptions. 



2. Part II, containing the responding party's position with respect 
to each issue raised by the moving party, immediately followed 
by a concise statement of the law and authorities relating to it. 



2. La deuxième partie, qui présente la position de la partie intimée 
sur chacune des questions soulevées par l'auteur de la motion, 
suivie immédiatement d'un exposé concis des règles de droit, 
ainsi que des éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence pertinents. 



3. Part III, containing a statement of any additional issues raised by 
the responding party, the statement of each issue to be followed 
by a concise statement of the law and authorities relating to it. 



La troisième partie, qui comprend un exposé des questions 
supplémentaires soulevées par la partie intimée, chacune étant 
suivie d'un exposé concis des règles de droit, ainsi que des 
éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence pertinents. 



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4. Schedule A, containing a list of the authorities referred to. 



5. Schedule B, containing the text of all relevant provisions of 
statutes, regulations and by-laws. 



(9) Parts I to III shall be arranged in paragraphs numbered 
consecutively throughout the factum. 



4. L'annexe A, qui comprend la liste des éléments de doctrine et de 
jurisprudence invoqués. 

5. L'annexe B, qui comprend le texte de toutes les dispositions 
législatives ou réglementaires et des règlements municipaux 
pertinents. 

(9) Les parties I à III sont présentées sous forme de dispositions 
numérotées consécutivement dans l'ensemble du mémoire. 



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(10) The responding party shall file three copies of the factum, and 
of the motion record, if any, and may file three copies of a book of 
authorities, if any, with proof of service within 25 days after service of 
the moving party's motion record and other documents. 



(10) La partie intimée dépose trois copies du mémoire et, le cas 
échéant, du dossier de motion, et peut déposer trois copies du recueil des 
éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence, le cas échéant, avec la preuve 
de leur signification, dans les 25 jours qui suivent la signification du 
dossier de motion et des autres documents de l'auteur de la motion. 



Moving Party's Reply Factum 



Mémoire de réponse de l'auteur de la motion 



(11) If the responding party's factum raises an issue on which the 
moving party has not taken a position in the moving party's factum, that 
party may serve a reply factum. 



(11) Si le mémoire de la partie intimée soulève une question à 
l'égard de laquelle l'auteur de la motion n'a pas présenté sa position 
dans son mémoire, celui-ci peut signifier un mémoire de réponse. 



(12) The reply factum shall contain consecutively numbered 
paragraphs setting out the moving party's position on the issue, 
followed by a concise statement of the law and authorities relating to it. 



(13) The moving party shall file three copies of the reply factum 
with proof of service within 10 days after service of the responding 
party's factum. 



(12) Le mémoire de réponse comprend des dispositions numérotées 
consécutivement dans lesquelles est présentée la position de l'auteur de 
la motion à l'égard de la question, suivie d'un exposé concis des règles 
de droit, ainsi que des éléments de doctrine et de jurisprudence 
pertinents. 

(13) L'auteur de la motion dépose trois copies du mémoire de 
réponse, avec la preuve de sa signification, dans les 10 jours qui suivent 
la signification du mémoire de la partie intimée. 



Determination of Motion 



Jugement de la motion 



(14) Thirty-six days after service of the moving party's motion 
record and factum, and transcripts, if any, or on the filing of the moving 
party's reply factum, if any, whichever is earlier, the motion shall be 
submitted to the court for consideration, and. 



(a) if it appears from the written material that no oral hearing is 
warranted, the court shall determine the motion; 



( 1 4) Trente-six jours après la signification du dossier de motion et du 
mémoire de l'auteur de la motion et, le cas échéant, des transcriptions 
ou, si celui-ci survient en premier, au moment du dépôt du mémoire de 
réponse de l'auteur de la motion, le cas échéant, la motion est soumise 
au tribunal pour qu'iU'examine, et : 

a) s'il ressort des documents écrits qu'une audience orale n'est pas 
justifiée, le tribunal juge la motion; 



(b) otherwise, the court shall order an oral hearing to determine the 
motion. 



b) sinon, le tribunal ordonne la tenue d'une audience orale pour 
juger la motion. 



Date for Oral Hearing 



Date de l'audience orale 



(15) If the court orders an oral hearing, the Registrar shall fix a date 
for it. 



(15) Si le tribunal ordonne la tenue d'une audience orale, le greffier 
en fixe la date. 



Tïmefor Delivering Notice of Appeal 



Délai de remise de l'avis d'appel 



(16) Where leave is granted, the notice of appeal shall be delivered 
within seven days after the granting of leave. 



(16) Si l'autorisation d'interjeter appel est accordée, l'avis d'appel 
est remis dans les sept jours qui suivent. 



7. Subrule 61.10 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding tlie 
following clause: 



7. Le paragraphe 61.10 (1) du Règlement est modifié par 
adjonction de l'alinéa suivant : 



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(d.l) if an earlier order or decision was the subject of the hearing 
before the court or tribunal appealed from, a copy of the order 
or decision, as signed and entered, and a copy of any reasons for 
it, with a further typed or printed copy if the reasons are 
handwritten; 



8. Subriiles 61.13 (6) and (7) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 



d.l) si une ordonnance ou une décision antérieure a fait l'objet de 
l'audience devant le tribunal ou tribunal administratif dont 
l'ordonnance ou la décision est portée en appel, une copie de 
l'ordonnance ou de la décision antérieure, telle qu'elle a été 
signée et inscrite, ainsi que, le cas échéant, une copie des motifs 
de celle-ci et, si les motifs se présentent sous forme manuscrite, 
une copie supplémentaire tapée ou imprimée. 

8. Les paragraphes 61.13 (6) et (7) du Règlement sont abrogés et 
remplacés par ce qui suit : 



Motions for Leave 



Motion en autorisation 



(6) On a motion for leave to appeal, where the moving party has not 
served and filed the motion record and other documents in accordance 
with subrule 61.03 (2) or subrules 61.03.1 (4) to (6), the responding 
party may make a motion to the Registrar, on 10 days notice to the 
moving party, to have the motion for leave to appeal dismissed for 
delay. 



(6) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel, si l'auteur de 
la motion n'a pas signifié et déposé le dossier de motion et les autres 
documents conformément au paragraphe 61 .03 (2) ou aux paragraphes 
61.03.1 (4)à(6), la partie intimée peut, sur préavis de lOjours à l'auteur 
de la motion, présenter une motion au greffier en vue de faire rejeter 
pour cause de retard la motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel. 



(7) On a motion for leave to appeal, where the moving party has not 
served and filed the motion record and other documents within 60 days 
after the filing of the notice of motion for leave to appeal, the Registrar 
may serve notice on the moving party that the motion will be dismissed 
for delay unless the documents are served and filed within 10 days after 
service of the notice. 



(7) Dans une motion en autorisation d'interjeter appel, si l'auteur de 
la motion n'a pas, dans les 60 jours suivant le dépôt de l'avis de motion, 
signifié et déposé le dossier de motion et les autres documents, le 
greffier peut lui signifier un avis portant que la motion sera rejetée pour 
cause de retard, à moins que les documents ne soient signifiés et déposés 
dans les 10 Jours de la signification de l'avis. 



9. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



9. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1"' avril 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 62/96 

made under the 

FRENCH LANGUAGES SERVICES ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 62/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES SERVICES EN FRANÇAIS 



Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 398/93 
(Designation of Additional Areas) 



pris le 28 février 1996 
déposé le 29 février 19% 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 398/93 

(Désignation d'organismes offrant 

des services publics) 



Note: Ontario Regulation 398/93 has not been amended in 1995 or 
19%. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



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1. (1) The designations of Extendicare Northeastern Ontario Inc. 
and Royal Ottawa Health Gare Group/Services de Santé Royal 
Ottawa in section 1 of Ontario Regulation 398/93 are revoked and 
the following substituted: 



1. (1) Les désignations de Extendicare Northeastern Ontario Inc. 
et de Royal Ottawa Health Care Group/Services de Santé Royal 
Ottawa qui figurent à l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 398/93 
sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit : 



Extendicare Northeastern Ontario Inc. in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Health by 
Extendicare/Tri-Town Nursing Home in Haileybury, 
Extendicare/Cochrane and Extendicare/Kapuskasing. 



Extendicare Northeastern Ontario Inc. à l'égard des programmes 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère de la Santé par 
Extendicare/Tri-Town Nursing Home à Haileybury, 
Extendicare/Cochrane et Extendicare/Kapuskasing. 



Royal Ottawa Health Care Group/Services de Santé Royal 
Ottawa but only in respect of the rehabilitation Centre, geriatric 
psychiatrie services and psychiatrie rehabilitation program 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Health and the 
St-Bonaventure Day Treatment Program for Youth carried out 
on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



Royal Ottawa Health Care Group/Services de Santé Royal 
Ottawa, mais seulement à l'égard du Centre de réhabilitation, des 
services de psychiatrie gériatriques et du programme de 
réadaptation psychiatrique exécutés pour le compte du ministère 
de la Santé et du programme de traitement de jour pour les jeunes 
St-Bonaventure exécuté pour le compte du ministère des 
Services sociaux et conununautaires. 



(2) The following designations in section 1 of the Regulation are 
amended by striking out "on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services" and substituting in each case "on behalf of the 
Ministry of Health": 



(2) Les désignations suivantes qui figurent à l'article 1 du 
Règlement sont modifiées par substitution, à «pour le compte du 
ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires» partout oil 
figure cette expression, de «pour le compte du ministère de la 
Santé»: 



Centre d'accueil Roger-Séguin in Clarence Creek 



Centre d'accueil Roger-Séguin à Clarence Creek 



Le Centre de jour polyvalent des aînés francophones 
d'Ottawa-Carleton in Ottawa 



Le Centre de jour polyvalent des aînés francophones 
d'Ottawa-Carleton à Ottawa 



Centre de jour Séraphin-Marion d'Orléans 



Centre de jour Séraphin-Marion d'Orléans 



Centre des Pionniers in Toronto 



Centre des Pionniers à Toronto 



Centre Lajoie des Aînés(es) francophones de Pembroke 



Centre Lajoie des Aînés(es) francophones de Pembroke 



La Clef du Bonheur de Vemer 



La Clef du Bonheur de Vemer 



Club Accueil/âge d'or d'Azilda 



Club Accueil/âge d'or d'Azilda 



Club d'âge d'or de la Vallée Inc/Golden Age Club of the 
Valley in Hanmer 



Club d'âge d'or de la Vallée Inc/Golden Age Club of the 
Valley à Hanmer 



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Club d'âge d'or River Valley/Golden Age Club in River 
Valley 



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Club d'âge d'or River Valley/Golden Age Club à River 

Valley 



The Council on Aging/Le Conseil sur le vieillissement- 
Ottawa-Carleton 



The Council on Aging/Le Conseil sur le 
vieillissement-Ottawa-Carleton 



East Ferris Golden Age Club in Corbeil 



East Ferris Golden Age Club à Corbeil 



Golden Age "Club" d'âge d' or de Field 



Golden Age «Club» d'âge d'or de Field 



Golden Age "Club" d'âge d'or de Sturgeon Falls 



Golden Age «Club» d'âge d'or de Sturgeon Falls 



The King's Daughters Dinner Wagon in Ottawa 



The King's Daughters Dinner Wagon à Ottawa 



Les Soeurs de la charité d'Ottawa, 



Les Sœurs de la charité d'Ottawa, 



i. Centre de santé Élisabeth-Bruyère/Élisabeth Bruyère 
Health Centre in Ottawa. 



Centre de santé Élisabeth-Bruyère/Élisabeth Bruyère 
Health Centre à Ottawa. 



iii. La Résidence Saint-Louis in Ottawa. 



ii. La Résidence Saint-Louis à Ottawa. 



(3) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the following 
designations: 



(3) L'article 1 du Règlement est modifié par acUonction des 
désignations suivantes : 



Centre de la Jeunesse de Toronto/La maison Montessori in 
respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



Centre de la Jeunesse de Toronto/La maison Montessori à l'égard 
des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des 
Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Centre de santé communautaire du Niagara in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services. 



Centre de santé communautaire du Niagara à l'égard des 
programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et communautaires. 



Centre de santé et services communautaires, Hamilton Inc. in 
respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



Centre de santé et services communautaires, Hamilton Inc. à 
l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère 
des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Centre Éducatif Soleil des Petits in respect of the programs 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



Centre Éducatif Soleil des Petits à l'égard des programmes 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
communautaires. 



Centre pour enfants Timiskaming Child Care in respect of the 
Private Home Day Care Program carried out on behalf of the 
Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



Centre pour enfants Timiskaming Child Care à l'égard du 
programme de garde d'enfants en milieu familial exécuté pour le 
compte du ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Child Care Resources Sudbury/Manitoulin Districts/ 
Ressources sur la Garde d'enfants des districts de 
Sudbury/Manitoulin in respect of the programs carried out on 
behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



Child Care Resources Sudbury/Manitoulin Districts/ Ressources 
sur la Garde d'enfants des districts de Sudbuty/Manitoulin à 
l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère 
des Services sociaux et communautaires. )< 



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685 



Extendicare Northwestern Ontario Inc. in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Health by 
Extendicare/Hearst and Extendicare/Timmins. 



Extendicare Northwestern Ontario Inc. à l'égard des 
programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère de la Santé par 
Extendicare/Hearst et Extendicare/Timmins. 



Family Services Centre of Sault Ste. Marie and District in respect 
of the Adult Protective Services program and the Community 
Counselling program carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



Family Services Centre of Sault Ste. Marie and District à l'égard 
du programme des Services de protection des adultes et du 
programme de counseling communautaire exécutés pour le 
compte du ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Foyer Richelieu Welland in respect of the programs carried out 
on behalf of the Ministry of Health. 



Foyer Richelieu WcUand à l'égard des programmes exécutés 
pour le compte du ministère de la Santé. 



Garderie Arc-en-ciel des Mousses Inc. in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services. 



Garderie Arc-en-ciel des Mousses Inc. à l'égard des programmes 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
conmiunautaires. 



Garderie Francophone de St-Catharines Inc. in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services. 



Garderie Francophone de St-Catharines Inc. à l'égard des 
programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et conmiunautaires. 



Garderie La Farandole de Toronto in respect of the programs 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



Garderie La Farandole de Toronto à l'égard des progranmies 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
communautaires. 



Garderie Rayon de Soleil de North York Inc. in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services. 



Garderie Rayon de Soleil de North York Inc. à l'égard des 
programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et communautaires. 



Hôpital privé Beechwood Private Hospital in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Health. 



Hôpital privé Beechwood Private Hospital à l'égard des 
progranmies exécutés pour le compte du ministère de la Santé. 



La Boîte à soleil co-opérative Inc. in respect of the programs 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



La Boîte à soleil co-opérative Inc. à l'égard des programmes 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
communautaires. 



La Garderie des Petits Poussins de Port Colbome Inc. in respect 
of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



La Garderie des Petits Poussins de Port Colbome Inc. à l'égard 
des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des 
Services sociaux et communautaires. 



La Garderie Française de Hamilton Co-opérative Inc. in respect 
of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



La Garderie Française de Hamilton Co-opérative Inc. à l'égard 
des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des 
Services sociaux et communautaires. 



La Garderie Le Petit Navire de Hamilton Co-opérative Inc. in 
respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



La Garderie Le Petit Navire de Hamilton Co-opérative Inc. à 
l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère 
des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



La Petite Étoile de Niagara Inc. in respect of the programs 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



La Petite Étoile de Niagara Inc. à l'égard des programmes 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
communautaires. 



La Présence, Ottawa in respect of the programs carried out on 
behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



La Présence, Ottawa, à l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le 
compte du ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Le Petit Chaperon Rouge: Garderie Francophone in respect of 
the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services. 



Le Petit Chaperon Rouge: Garderie Francophone à l'égard des 
programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et communautaires. 



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Les Bouts d'Choux in respect of the programs carried out on 
behalf of the Ministry of Conununity and Social Services. 



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Les Bouts d'Choux à l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le 
compte du ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Maryfarm Inc. in respect of the programs carried out on behalf 
of the Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



Maryfarm Inc. à l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le 
compte du ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



North Bay and District Association for Community Living in 
respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of 
Community and Social Services. 



North Bay and District Association for Community Living à 
l'égard des progranmies exécutés pour le compte du ministère 
des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments in respect of the 
programs carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community 
and Social Services. 



Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments à l'égard des 
programmes exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et conununautaires. 



Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Genevra House in respect of the programs 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Genevra House à l'égard des programmes 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
conmiunautaires. 



Sudbury Young Women's Christian Association in respect of the 
Service Co-ordination and administration programs carried out 
on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



Sudbury Young Women's Christian Association à l'égard des 
programmes de coordination et d'administration des services 
exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services sociaux et 
communautaires. 



Sudbury Youth Services Inc., Services à la Jeunesse de Sudbury 
Inc. in respect of the programs carried out on behalf of the 
Ministry of Community and Social Services. 



Sudbury Youth Services Inc., Services à la Jeunesse de Sudbury 
Inc. à l'égard des programmes exécutés pour le compte du 
ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires. 



Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, Bureau des Services de la 
Jeunesse d'Ottawa in respect of the Conmiunity Services 
Program located in the East, Centre Town and Ottawa units and 
the Sherwood Observation and Detention Home Program 
carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Community and Social 
Services. 



Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, Bureau des Services de la 
Jeunesse d'Ottawa à l'égard du Programme de services 
communautaires des unités de l'est, du centre-ville et d'Ottawa 
et du programme du centre d'observation et de détention 
Sherwood exécutés pour le compte du ministère des Services 
sociaux et communautaires. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 63/96 

made under the 
GAME AND FISH ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 511 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Open Seasons — Game Birds) 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 63/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA CHASSE ET LA PÊCHE 

pris le 28 février 1996 
déposé le 29 février 1996 

modifiant le Régi. 511 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Saisons de chasse — gibier à plume) 



^ Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 511 has been amended by 
K Ontario Regulation 117/95. For prior amendments, see the 

^L Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

m 

^m 1. Section 14 of Regulation 511 of the Revised Regulations of 
^B Ontario, 1990 is amended by strildng out "the Monday after the last 
^^ Saturday in April and" in the fourth line and substituting "April 25 

or, if April 25 falls on a Saturday or Sunday, on the Monday 

immediately following April 25, and". 



Remarque : Depuis le 1*' janvier 1995, le Règlement 511 aété modifié 
par le Règlement de l'Ontario 117/95. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1994. 



1. L'article 14 du Règlement 511 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par substitution, à «lundi suivant le 
dernier samedi d'avril» à la quatrième ligne, de «25 avril ou, si le 25 
avril est un samedi ou un dimanche, du lundi suivant». 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 64/96 

made under the 
GAME AND nSH ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 19% 

Amending Reg. 509 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Open Seasons — Black Bear) 

Note: Regulation 509 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Item 4 of the Schedule to Regulation 509 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 



46, 47, 49, 50, 53A, 53B, 64, 
66, 67, 69A, 69B, 71, 72, 73, 
74, 75, 76 and 83 



April 15 to June 15 and 
September 15 to November 
30 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 65/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 19% 

Amending Reg. 626 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Traffic Control Signal Systems) 



Note: Regulation 626 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
previous amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. (1) Subsection 1 (2) of Regulation 626 of tlie Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following 
substituted: 



(2) Green arrow, amber arrow, circular green, circular amber, 
circular red and white vertical bar indications may be used for traffic 
control signals and, where they are used, they shall be arranged 
vertically from the bottom, as follows: 



right turn green arrow, right turn amber arrow, left turn green 
arrow, left turn amber arrow, straight through green arrow, 
circular green, circular green, circular amber, circular red and 
white vertical bar. 



(2) Subsections 1 (4) and (4.1) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 



(4) Every traffic control signal system that is installed shall have at 
least two traffic control signals located on the far side of the 
intersection from which vehicles are approaching, at least one of which 
shall be located on the far right side. 



(4.1) Despite subsection (4), a traffic control signal system installed 
at a crosswalk at an intersection for the purpose of assisting pedestrians 
to cross the roadway shall have. 



(a) at least two traffic control signals facing the directions fix>m 
which vehicles on the roadway approach the crossing; and 



(b) at least one stop sign facing vehicles approaching the 
intersection from the other intersecting roadway. 



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689 



ONTARIO REGULATION 66/96 

made under the 
PROVINCUL PARKS ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 952 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 952 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. The Table to section 35 of Regulation 952 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revolted and the following 
substituted: 

TABLE 



Schedule 1 



1996/1997 



ONTARIO PROVINCIAL PARK FEES 
(The regulated fees do not include GST.) 



Algonquin 


MacGregor Point 


Arrowhead 


McRae Point 


Awenda 


Murphy's Point 


Balsam Lake 


Pancake Bay 


Bass Lake 


Pinery 


Bon Echo 


Point Farms 


Bonnechere 


Port Burwell 


Craigleith 


Presqu'île 


Charleston Lake 


Rondeau 


Darlington 


Rock Point 


Emily 


Rushing River 


Fitzroy 


Sandbanks 


Grundy Lake 


Serpent Mounds 


Ipperwash 


Sibbald Point 


Kakabeka Falls 


Six Mile Lake 


Killarney 


Sleeping Giant 


Killbear 


Sauble Fal's 


Lake Superior 


Turkey Point 


(except Crescent Lake) 


Wheatley 


Long Point 


Voyageur 



2. Sections 36 and 37 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

36. (1) Subject to subsection (3), the fees payable for day use at 
Bronte Creek Provincial Park by persons who do not hold a valid 
summer vehicle permit or winter vehicle permit are set out in Schedule 
3. 

(2) Subject to subsection (3), the fees payable for day use at 
Springwater Provincial Park by persons who do not hold a valid daily 
vehicle permit, summer vehicle permit, winter vehicle permit or bus 
permit are set out in Schedule 4. 

(3) The fees set out in Column B of Schedules 3 and 4 are payable by 
a youth group or special group for day use of an available day use site 
if a request to use such a site is made to the superintendent at least 24 
hours in advance and the request is granted. 

37. The fee payable by a person who is not a senior citizen or 
disabled person is the full rate set out in Column A of the relevant 
Schedule, unless a senior citizen has designated that person as his or her 
companion, in which case the person shall pay the applicable senior 
citizen rate. 

3. Schedules 1, 2 and 3 to the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 





Column A 


Column B 


Full Rate 

($) 


Senior Citizen/ 
Disabled Person 

($) 


1. CAMP-SITE AND 
VEHICLE PERMIT (per 
night) 






i. camp-site with electricity 


16.36 


10.75 


ii. provincial park with 
showers 


13.55 


6.78 


iii. provincial park without 
showers 


12.15 


6.08 


iv. additional vehicle permit 


6.54 


3.27 


2. OFF-SEASON FEES (per 
night) 






i. camp-site with electricity 


11.92 


5.84 


ii. camp-site without 
electricity 


9.11 


4.44 


iii. additional vehicle permit 


5.37 


2.34 


3. INTERIOR CAMPING 
PERMIT (per night) 






i. per person (age 6-17 
incl.) 


2.34 


1.17 


ii. per person (age 18 or 
over) 


4.68 


2.34 


4. GROUP CAMPING (per 
night) 






i. basic group site fee 


13.09 


13.09 


ii. per person (age 6-17) 


0.93 


0.47 


iii. per person (age 18 or 
over) 


1.87 


0.93 


5. RESERVATION FEE— for 
camp-site and vehicle, 
group camping or interior 
camping permit; 
non-refundable: 


5.61 


5.61 


6. DAY USE 






i. Daily Vehicle Permit — 
Algonquin 


7.48 


3.74 


ii. Daily Vehicle Permit — 
except Algonquin 


6.54 


3.27 


iii. Summer Vehicle Permit 
(Apr. 1 - Nov. 30) 


37.38 


37.38 


iv. Winter Vehicle Permit 
(Dec. 1- Mar. 31) 


28.04 


28.04 


V. Bus Permit 


37.38 


37.38 



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Schedule 2 



Schedule 4 



FEES FOR CAMPING IN PROVINCIAL PARKS 

NAMED IN TABLE TO SECTION 35 

(The regulated fees do not include GST.) 



FEES FOR WALK-IN DAY USE AT SPRINGWATER PROVINCIAL 

PARK 

(The regulated fees do not include GST.) 





Column A 


Column B 


Full Rate 

($) 


Senior 

Citizen/ 

Disabled 

Person 

($) 


1. CAMP-SITE AND 
VEHICLE PERMIT (per 
night) 






i. camp-site with electricity 


17.76 


11.68 


ii. provincial park with 
showers 


14.95 


7.48 


iii. provincial park without 
showers 


13.55 


6.78 


2. ADDITIONAL VEHICLE 
PERMIT 


6.54 


3.27 


3. OFF-SEASON 


As prescribed in Schedule 1 


4. INTERIOR CAMPING 
FEES 


As prescribed in Schedule 1 


5. GROUP CAMPING (per 
night) 


As prescribed in Schedule I 


6. RESERVATION FEE 


As prescribed in Schedule 1 


7. DAY USE 


As prescribed in Schedule 1 





Column A 


Column B 


Full Rate 
($) 


Senior Citizen/ 

Disabled Person 

($) 


1 . Daily per person age 6- 1 7 
(incl.) 


0.93 


0.47 


2. Daily per person age 18 and 
over 


1.87 


0.93 



4. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



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made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: February 29, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 



Schedule 3 

FEES FOR DAY USE AT BRONTE CREEK PROVINCIAL PARK 
(The regulated fees do not include GST.) 



OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 
Land Titles Division of Durham (No. 40) and for the Registry Division 
of Durham (No. 40) shall be kept open from 12:45 p.m. until 4:30 p.m., 
local time, on February 29, 1996. 





Column A 


Column B 


Full Rate 

($) 


Senior Citizen/ 
Disabled Person 

($) 


1 . Daily per person age 4- 1 7 
(incl.) 


1.17 


0.70 


2. Daily per person age 18 and 
over 


2.34 


1.17 


3. Maximum daily fee/vehicle 


7.48 


7.48 



2. This Regulation is revoked on March 1, 19%. 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated at Toronto on February 29, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 68/96 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: February 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 854 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Mines and Mining Plants) 

Note: Regulation 854 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Regulation 854 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is 
amended by adding the following section: 

11.1 (1) Employers engaged in the following types of mining 
operations shall establish and maintain the following training 
programs: 

1. underground diamond drilling operations, 

i. Common Core for Underground Diamond Driller Skills - 
Helper Uvel (Program #P770150), 

ii. Common Core for Underground Diamond Driller Skills - 
Runner Level (Program #P770150). 

2. surface diamond drilling operations, 

i. Common Core for Surface Diamond Driller Skills - Helper 
Level (Program #P770220), 

ii. Common Core for Surface Diamond Driller Skills - Runner 
Uvel (Program #P770220). 

(2) An employer shall train each full-time worker who commences 
employment after March 31, 19% in the programs described in 
subsection (1) appropriate for that worker, and the training shall be 
completed before the worker has completed a total of 12 months of 
employment as a helper or runner in diamond drilling operations. 

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply if the worker successfully 
completed a program described in subsection (1) before being 
employed by the employer. 

(4) A certificate of achievement showing that a worker has 
successfully completed a training program referred to in subsection (1), 
issued by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities, the Ministry of 
Skills Development or the Ontario Training and Adjustment Board, is 
conclusive proof for the purposes of this section of the worker's 
successful completion of the program. 

2. Clause 86 (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "in 
yellow paint" in the first line. 

3. Subsection 147.1 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) No worker shall use safety fuses in an underground mine to blast 
hang-ups in chutes, passes, milUioles or drawpoints. 

4. (1) aause 196 (2) (d) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(d) head, tail, drive, deflection and tension pulleys guarded at any 
pinch point that is or may become accessible. 



(2) Section 196 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(3.1) A guard for a pulley referred to in clause (2) (d) must extend at 
least 0.9 metres from the pinch point. 

5. Subsection 231 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(1) This section applies when a suspended or movable work platform 
that is not a shaft conveyance is used to transport or support a worker 
who is performing work in a shaft or in a raise. 

(1.1) The work platform shall be designed by a professional engineer 
in accordance with good engineering practices and shall be built in 
accordance with the design. 

6. (1) Subsection 232 (7) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(7) Free fall tests shall be performed under the following conditions: 

1. The cage or skip must carry a weight equal to its maximum 
permitted load of persons and any material permitted to be 
carried at the same time. 

2. The cage or skip must travel at a speed equal to, 

i. the normal hoisting speed when transporting persons, or 
ii. the speed attained by a free fall of 1.5 metres. 

3. The guides on which the test is made must be of the same 
specifications as those in the shaft in which the conveyance will 
operate. 

(7.1) A free fall test shall not be performed at the speed attained by 
a free fall of 1 .5 metres unless the design and configuration of the safety 
dogs and loading on the cage or skip have been tested at normal hoisting 
speed before the free fall test. 

(7.2) If a free fall test is to be performed at the speed attained by a free 
fall of 1.5 metres, the person performing the test shall record the rate of 
deceleration and the rate of change in deceleration of the cage or skip 
on a chart suitable for determining the deceleration of the conveyance. 

(2) Clause 232 (8) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) the skip or cage decelerates to a stop at an average rate that is not 
less than nine or greater than 20 metres per second per second. 

7. (1) Subsections 247 (1) and (2) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) One or more competent persons shall be appointed to examine the 
following parts of an electrically-powered or electrically-controlled 
hoist: 

1. Hoist motors. 

2. Hoist controls. 

3. Electrical safety devices. 

4. Signalling devices. 

(2) The examination shall be done at least once each week when the 
hoist is being used. 

(2.1) If the parts were not examined during the week before the hoist 
is to be used, the examination shall be done immediately before it is 
used. 



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(2) Clauses 247 (6) (a) and (b) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(a) review the entries made in the Electrical Hoisting Equipment 
Record Book within one week after each entry is made; 

(b) ascertain that the examinations required by this section and all 
necessary work have been done; and 

8. (1) Subsection 248 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "subsection (2)" in the third line and substituting "subsections 

(2), (2.1) and (2.2)". 

(2) Clause 248 (2) (b) of tiie Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Section 248 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsections: 

(2.1) The following parts shall be examined at least once a week 
when they are in use: 

1 . Any conveyance safety mechanisms, for proper adjustment and 
freedom of movement. 

2. Any head, deflection or idler sheaves, their shafting and bearer 
and sole plates. 

3. The attachments of each shaft rope. 

4. The attachments on any shaft conveyance or counterweight. 

5. Any shaft conveyance, counterweight and work platform. 

6. The hoist parts, brakes, brake-clutch interlocks and depth 
indicators. 

7. Any hoisting equipment being used for shaft sinking. 

8. Any auxiliary brake operating weights, to assure their freedom 
of movement and holding capacity. 

(2.2) If the parts listed in subsection (2.1) were not examined during 
the week before they are to be used, the examination shall be done 
immediately before they are used. 

(4) Clause 248 (12) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) review the entries made in the Hoisting Machinery Record Book 
within one week after each entry is made; 

9. (1) Clause 249 (1) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) the mine shaft, at least once a week when it is being used; 

(2) Section 249 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(1.1) If the mine shaft is not examined during the week before it is 
to be used, the examination shall be done immediately before it is used. 



(3) Clause 249 (3) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) review the entries made in the Shaft Inspection Record Book 
within one week after each entry is made; 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 69/96 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: March 1,1996 
Filed: March 1, 19% 



OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Offices for the 
following Divisions shall be kept open from 12:00 o'clock noon until 
5:30 p.m., local time, on March 1, 1996: 

Registry Division of Ottawa-Carleton (No. 4) 

Land Titles Division of Ottawa-Carleton (No. 4) 

Registry Division of Halton (No. 20) 

Land Titles Division of Halton (No. 20) 

Registry Division of Durham (No. 40) 

Land Titles Division Durham (No. 40) 

Registry Division of Peel (No. 43) 

Land Titles Division of Peel (No. 43) 

Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 5 1) 

Land Titles Division of Simcoe (No. 51) 

Registry Division of Metropolitan Toronto (No. 64) 

Land Titles Division of Metropolitan Toronto (No. 66) 

Registry Division of York Region (No. 65) 

Land Tides Division of York Region (No. 65) 

2. This Regulation is revoked on March 2, 1996. 

Ian VErrcH 
Director of Land Registration 

Dated at Toronto on March 1, 1996. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 70/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: February 29, 1996 
Filed: March 5, 1996 



ZONING AREAS— TERRITORIAL DISTRICT OF KENORA, 
PATRICIA PORTION 

1. In this Order, 

"accessory", when used to describe a use, building or structure,means 
a use, building or structure that is normally incidental or subordinate 
to the principal use, building or structure on the same lot; 

"industrial use" means the use of any land, buildings or structures for 
the purpose of manufacturing, assembling, making, preparing, 
inspecting, ornamenting, finishing, treating, altering, repairing, 
warehousing, storing or adapting for sale any equipment, goods, 
substance, article or thing; 

"lot" means a parcel of land, 

(a) described in a deed or other document legally capable of 
conveying land; or 

(b) shown as a lot or block on a registered plan of subdivision; 

"mining use" means the use of any land, buildings or structures for the 
purpose of extracting or processing minerals; 

"mobile home" means a suiicture that is designed to be mobile and 
containing only one dwelling unit capable of being occupied as a 
permanent residence, but does not include a travel trailer or trailer 
otherwise designed; 

"temporary residential accommodation" means the use of buildings or 
structures, including mobile homes, for the purpose of housing 
workers for a period of less than sixty days; 

"trapper cabin" means a building or structure, without plumbing, used 
as a temfwrary shelter in connection with hunting and fishing. 

Application 

2. This Order applies to that parcel of land in the District of Kenora 
(Patricia Portion) being Parcel 941 Patricia Leasehold designated as 
Part 7 on Plan 23R-6814 comprising Mining Claim Pa. 529839, Parcel 
942 Pauicia Leasehold, designated as Part 8 on Plan 23R-6814 
comprising Mining Claim Pa. 529826, Parcel 943 Patricia Leasehold, 
designated as Part 9 on Plan 23R-6814 comprising Mining Claim Pa. 
529827, Parcel 939 Patricia Leasehold, designated as Part 5 on Plan 
23R-6814 comprising Mining Claim Pa. 529840 and Parcel 873 Patricia 



Leasehold, designated as Part 100 on Plan 23R-5577 comprising 
Mining Claim Pa. 529841, which plan is deposited in the Land Registry 
Office for the Land Titles Division of Kenora (No. 23). 

General 

3. No land to which this Order applies shall be used and no building 
or structure shall be erected or used except in accordance with the terms 
of this Order, but nothing in this Order prevents the use of any land, 
building or structure for any purpose prohibited by this Order if such 
land, building or structure was lawfully used for such purpose on the 
day this Order comes into force. 

Accessory Uses, Buildings and Structures 

4. (1) Accessory uses, buildings and structures are permitted. 

(2) Subject to clauses 5 (c) and (d), no accessory building or structure 
shall be used for human habitation. 

Permitted Uses 

5. Every use of land and every erection or use of buildings or 
structures on the land to which this Order applies is prohibited except, 

(a) mining uses; 

(b) industrial uses; 

(c) temporary residential accommodation of workers; and 

(d) trapper cabins. 

Rebuilding and Repairs 

6. (1) Nothing in this Order prevents the reconstruction or repair of 
any building or structure that is damaged or destroyed by causes beyond 
the control of the owner if the dimensions of the original building or 
structure are not increased or its original use altered. 

(2) Nothing in this Order prevents the strengthening or restoration to 
a safe condition of any building or structure or part of any such building 
or structure. 



Brian Douglas Riddell 
Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated at Toronto on February 29, 1 996. 

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made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



O. Reg. 72/96 



Made: February 22, 1996 
Filed: March 5, 1996 

Amending Reg. 604 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking) 



Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 604 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 36/95, 67/95, 188/95, 306/95, 337/95 and 
356/95. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Schedule 11 of Appendix A to Regulation 604 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following 
paragraph: 



12. That part of the King's Hihgway Known as No. 3 in the City of 
Nanticoke in the Regional Municipality of Haldimand-Norfolk 
beginning at a point situate 760 metres measured easterly from 
its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as 
Cheapside Road and extending easterly for a distance of 350 
metres. 



Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto on February 22, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 72/96 

made under the 

REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS ACT 

Made: February 28, 19% 
Filed: March 6, 1996 

Amending Reg. 991 of R.R.O 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 991 has not previously been amended. 

1. aause 6 (1) (b) of Regulation 991 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b) the corporation acts as an insurance broker under the direction 
and supervision of a principal broker as described in section 7.2; 

2. Clause 7 (1) (b) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(b) the partnership acts as an insurance broker under the direction 
and supervision of a principal broker as described in section 7.2; 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

7.1 (1) A sole proprietorship is qualified to be issued and hold a 
certificate of registration as an insurance broker if, 



(a) the only business conducted by it is that of an insurance broker 
or both an insurance broker and life insurance agent and such 
other business as the Qualification and Registration Committee 
considers appropriate when carried on in accordance with such 
terms as that committee stipulates; 

(b) the sole proprietorship acts as an insurance broker under the 
direction and supervision of a principal broker as described in 
section 7.2; and 

(c) the sole proprietorship has complied with this Regulation. fl 

(2) Clause (1) (a) does not apply to disqualify a sole proprietorship 
that, 

(a) became registered under section 36 of the Act; 

(b) conducted the additional business immediately before October 
1, 1981; and 

(c) immediately before October 1, 1981 was not in contravention of 
the Insurance Act or the regulations under it by continuing the 
additional business. 

7.2 ( 1 ) A sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation which holds 
or wishes to hold a certificate of registration as an insurance broker 
shall designate an individual who is an insurance broker to be the 
principal broker of the business. 



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(2) A member qualifies to be designated as a principal broker if the 
member, 

(a) is not in default of paying any fee due under the Act or the 
by-laws of the Corporation; 

(b) is not, at the time the notification referred to in subsection (3) is 
made, the subject of a complaint referred to the Discipline 
Committee or the subject of disciplinary proceedings before the 
Discipline Committee; 

(c) is not the subject of an outstanding order of the Discipline 
Committee; 

(d) is not in a class of membership which restricts him or her to 
acting under supervision; 

(e) is the sole proprietor or an employee of a sole proprietorship, is 
a partner or is an officer or director of the corporation, as 
appropriate; and 

(0 directs and supervises the sole proprietorship, partnership or 
corporation in acting as an insurance brolcer and has the 
authority to act in its name and on its behalf regarding 
applications or reports required under this Act or the by-laws of 
the Corporation. 

(3) A member shall not be designated as a principal broker until the 
member has notified the Corporation in writing that he or she meets the 
criteria described in subsection (2) and the Corporation has 
acknowledged the notice in writing. 

(4) In order to maintain his or her status as a principal broker, the 
member shall satisfy such educational requirements as are established 
by the Council within the time periods established by the Council. 

(5) The principal broker may appoint one or more deputies to 
perform such duties as may be delegated to him or her in writing by the 
principal broker. 

(6) This section, except subsection (5), applies to a deputy principal 
broker in the same way it applies to a principal broker. 

4. (1) Paragraph 13 of subsection 15 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

13. A registered insurance broker who is a director, officer or 
principal broker of a corporation that is a member or who is a 
partner or principal broker of a partnership that is a member or 
who is the principal broker of a sole proprietorship that is a 
member has knowingly concurred in the misconduct of the sole 
proprietorship, partnership or corporation. 

(2) Subsection 15 (1) is amended by adding the following 
paragraphs: 

15. Acting as a principal broker as described in section 7.2 when the 
member has failed to comply with the educational requirements 
established by the Council under that section. 

16. Failure as a principal broker to properly supervise brokers 
whose registration is restricted to acting under his or her 
direction and supervision. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 73/96 

made under the 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 

Made: February 14, 1996 
Filed: March 6, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 70/94 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 70/94 has not been amended in 1995 or 
1996. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. The title to Ontario Regulation 70/94 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

GENERAL 

Games of Chance Held in Casinos 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Dehnitigns 

0.1 In this Regulation, 

"casino gaming-related supplier", "casino key employee" and "casino 
operator" have the same meaning as in Ontario Regulation 69/94; 

"slot machine" includes any mechanical or electronic machine or 
device that is activated for playing a game of chance upon payment 
of consideration and that, as a result of chance or the player's skill 
in playing the game, or both, may deliver to the player or entitle the 
player to receive cash, tokens or any other thing of value. 

3. Subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"registered under Ontario Regulation 69/94" in the first and second 
lines. 

4. Section 8 of the Regulation is revoked. 

5. Subsection 14 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"18" in the first line and substituting "IT'. 

6. Subsection 15 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"registered under Ontario Regulation 69/94" in the first and second 
lines. 

7. Sections 21, 22 and 23 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

21. (1) Before the Commission issues a direction to the Ontario 
Casino Corporation requiring it to refuse to allow an individual access 
to casinos in Ontario, it shall serve a notice of the proposed direction on 
the individual by registered mail addressed to the individual's last 
known address. 

(2) The notice of proposed direction shall, 

(a) identify the individual; 

(b) set out the reasons for refusing access to the individual; 

(c) advise the individual of the right to make written submissions to 
the Commission as to why the individual should not be refused 
access to casinos; and 

(d) state the time period, which shall be at least 1 5 days after service 
of the notice, within which the individual may make the 
submissions mentioned in clause (c). 



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22. (1) If the Commission holds a hearing under section 3.5 of the 
Act before issuing a direction to the Ontario Casino Corporation 
requiring it to refuse to allow an individual access to casinos in Ontario, 
it shall serve a notice of the proposed direction on the individual by 
registered mail addressed to the individual's last known address. 

(2) The notice of proposed direction shall, 

(a) identify the individual; 

(b) set out the reasons for refusing access to the individual; 

(c) state the date, time and place of the hearing; and 

(d) advise the individual of the right, 

(i) to attend the hearing and to make representations, with or 
without counsel, as to why the individual should not be 
refused access to casinos, or 

(ii) to make written submissions to the Commission before the 
hearing as to why the individual should not be refused 
access to casinos. 

23. (1) After considering whatever submissions an individual makes 
under clause 21 (2) (c) or after conducting a hearing mentioned in 
subsection 22 ( 1), the Commission shall issue a direction to the Ontario 
Casino Corporation requiring it to reftise to allow an individual access 
to casinos in Ontario, if the Commission is satisfied that it should do so 
based on the criteria set out in section 20. 

(2) The direction shall include. 



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(b) the individual's date of birth, if known; 

(c) the individual's last known home and business address; 

(d) if available, a physical description and a recent photograph of 
the individual. 

(3) The Commission shall serve a copy of the direction on the 
individual by registered mail at the individual's last known address. 

24. (1) After five years have elapsed since the issuing of a direction 
against an individual under section 23, the individual may make a 
written request to the Commission asking that it revoke the direction. 

(2) The individual shall state the grounds for the request, along with 
all necessary detail in support of it. 

(3) The Commission shall revoke the direction if it is satisfied that 
the individual has shown cause why the direction should be revoked. 

(4) The Commission may hold a hearing for the purpose of deciding 
whether to revoke a direction under this section but it is not obliged to 
do so. 

(5) If the Commission is satisfied that the individual has shown cause 
why the direction should be revoked, it shall issue a direction to that 
effect to the Ontario Casino Corporation and, on receiving it, the 
Corporation shall no longer refuse the individual access to casinos in 
Ontario. 

(6) The Commission shall serve a copy of a direction issued under 
subsection (5) on the individual by registered mail to the individual's 
last known address. 



(a) the individual's name, as well as known aliases, if any; 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 74/96 

made under the 
GAMING CONTROL ACT, 1992 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 74/96 



pris en application de la 
LOI DE 1992 SUR LA REGLEMENTATION DES JEUX 



Made: February 28, 1996 
Filed: March 6, 1996 

Amending O. Reg 69/94 

(Registration of Suppliers and Gaming Assistants — Games of Chance 

Held in Casinos) 



pris le 28 février, 1996 
déposé le 6 mars, 1996 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 69/94 
(Inscription des fournisseurs et des préposés au jeu- 
se déroulant dans des casinos) 



-jeux de hasard 



Note: Ontario Regulation 69/94 has not been amended in 1995 or 
1996. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 69/94 n'a pas été modifié en 
1995 ni en 1996. Pour les modifications antérieures, voir 
la Table des règlements qui figure dans les Loi$ de 
l'Ontario de 1994. 



1. Subclause 5 (2) (a) (i) of Ontario Regulation 69/94 is revoked 
and tlie following substituted: 



1. Le sous-alinéa 5 (2) a) (i) du Règlement de l'Ontario 69/94 est 
abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



(i) in any 12-month period, the value of the goods or services 
that the person provides to any one registered casino 
operator does not exceed $ 1 (X),(XX) and the total value of the 
goods or services that the person provides to all registered 
casino operators does not exceed $3(X),000, or 



(i) soil, pendant une période de 12 mois, la valeur des biens ou 
des services que la personne fournit à un exploitant de casino 
inscrit n'est pas supérieure à 100 000 $ et la valeur totale 
des biens ou des services que la personne fournit à tous les 
exploitants de casino inscrits n'est pas supérieure à 
300 000 $, 



2. (1) Clause 10 (3) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "two" in the first line and substituting "four". 



2. (1) L'alinéa 10 (3) a) du Règlement est modifié par substitution 
à «deux» à la première ligne, de «quatre». 



(2) Clause 10 (3) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"two" in the first line and substituting "four". 



(2) L'alinéa 10 (3) b) du Règlement est modifié par substitution à 
«deux» à la première ligne, de «quatre». 



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1996—03—30 



ONTARIO REGULATION 75/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 5, 1996 
Filed: March 12, 19% 

Amending Reg. 598 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Gross Weight on Bridges) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 598 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 209/95, 336/95 and 503/95. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 

1. Section 2 of Regulation 598 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

2. No person shall move a vehicle or combination of vehicles of a 
class described in Column 2 of Schedule 3, 4, 5, 8 or 9 on, over or upon 
a bridge described in Column 1 if the gross weight of the vehicle or 
combination of vehicles is greater than the weight in tonnes set opposite 
in Column 3. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following schedule: 

Schedule 9 

CNR/CPR OVERHEAD STRUCTURE 



ONTARIO REGULATION 76/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 21, 1996 
Filed: March 12, 1996 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
TEMPORARY PERMITS 

1. Despite subsection 1 1 ( 1 ) of Regulation 628 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 (Vehicle Permits), the term of validity of a 
temporary permit is extended beyond the expiry date shown on the per- 
mit until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the 
term of validity would expire, to the detriment of the holder of the per- 
mit, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 



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COLUMN 1 


COLUMN 2 


COLUMN 3 


Bridge 


Vehicle 


Gross Weight 
Limit in 
Tonnes 


1. Bridge No. 21-311, 


single vehicle 


20 tonnes 


known as the 






CNR/CPR Overhead 


single vehicle with 


35 tonnes 


Structure, on that part 


one towed vehicle 




of the King's Highway 






known as No. 2, in the 


single vehicle with 


45 tonnes 


Township of Murray, 


two towed vehicles 




in the County of 






Northumberland 







Al Palladini 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated at Toronto on March 5, 1996. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 77/% 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 15, 1996 
Filed: March 15, 19% 

SAFETY STANDARDS CERTIFICATE 

1. Despite clause 5 (c) of Regulation 601 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, a licensee shall be deemed to be in compliance with 
that clause if the licensee issues a photocopy of the safety standards 
certificate in Form 5 of the Regulation that is in all material respects a 
likeness of that Form. 



part of Lot 4, Concession X, more particularly described as Block 17 on 
Plan 3IM-203, registered in the Land Registry Office for the Registry 
Division of Manitoulin (No. 31). 



Bryan O. Hiu. 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on March 11, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 78/96 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 11, 1996 
Filed: March 20, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 672/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, Geographic Townships of 

Campbell, Dawson, Mills and Robinson) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 672/81 has been amended 
by Ontario Regulations 363/95, 462/95, 549/95, 37/96 and 
48/%. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by adding tlie following 
section: 

185. (1) Despite section 4, the land described in subsection (3) is, for 
the purpose of this Order, land in a Shoreline Residential Zone. 

(2) Despite section 4, the land described in subsection (4) is, for the 
purpose of this Order, land in a Conservation Zone. 

(3) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Robinson, in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, being 
part of Lot 4, Concession X, more particularly described as lots I to 16 
inclusive on Plan 3IM-203, registered in the Land Registry Office for 
the Registry Division of Manitoulin (No. 31). 

(4) Subsection (2) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Robinson in the Territorial District of Manitoulin, being 



ONTARIO REGULATION 79/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 15, 1996 
Filed: March 20, 1996 

Amending O.Reg. 672/81 

(Restricted Areas — District of Manitoulin, Geographic Townships of 

Campbell, Dawson, Mills and Robinson) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 672/81 has been amended 
by Ontario Regulations 363/95, 462/95, 549/95, 37/96 and 
48/96. For prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in 
the Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Ontario Regulation 672/81 is amended by adding tlie following 
section: 

184. (I) Despite subsection 5(3) and clause 7(l)(a), one guest cabin 
having a gross floor area not exceeding 56 square metres may be 
erected and used on the lot described in subsection (2) if it is located at 
least 60 metres from the shoreline. 

(2) Subsection (I) applies to that parcel of land in the Township of 
Campbell in the District of Manitoulin being composed of Lot 27 in 
Concession XIIL 

Bryan O. Hux 

Director 

Plans Administration Branch 

North and East 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 80/96 

made under the 
PLANNING ACT 

Made: Febmary 28, 1996 
Filed: March 20, 1996 

RevokingO. Reg. 310/74 

(Restricted Areas— All Lands within the Township of South Elmsley 

in the County of Leeds and Grenville) 

1. Ontario Regulation 310/74 is revoked. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 82/96 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: March 13, 1996 
Filed: March 20, 1996 

Amending Reg. 435 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Tobacco — Marketing) 

Regulation 435 has not been amended in 1995 or 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1994. 



Brian Douglas Riddell 

Assistant Deputy Minister 

Municipal Operations Division 

Ministry of Municipal Ajfairs and Housing 



Dated at Toronto on February 28, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 8^96 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: March 20, 1996 
Filed: March 20, 1996 

OFFICE HOURS 



1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Office for the 
Registry Division of Lambton (No. 25) shall be kept open from 12:00 
o'clock noon until 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon, local time, on March 
20, 1996. 



2. This Regulation is revoked on the 21st day of March, 1996. 



1. Paragraph 3 of subsection 12 (2) of Regulation 435 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

3. Not more than two members appointed by RJR - Macdonald Inc. 

2. (1) Subsections 17 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(2) The Tobacco Industry Advisory Conmiittee shall be composed of 
16 members, one of whom shall be the chair. 

(3) After October 31 and before November 30 in each year, the fol- 
lowing persons shall be appointed to the Tobacco Industry Advisory 
Committee: 

1 . Two members to be appointed by the Commission, of whom one 
shall be appointed as the chair. 

2. Four members to be appointed by the local board. 

3. Six members, two of whom are to be appointed by each of 
Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc., Imperial Tobacco Limited 
and RJR - Macdonald Inc. 

4. Two members to be appointed by the Export Dealers 
Association. 

5. Two members to be appointed by the Government of Canada. 

(2) Subsection 17 (6) of the Regulation is amended by revoking the 
portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(6) The Tobacco Industry Advisory Committee may advise any orga- 
nization represented on the Committee and make recommendations to 
it in respect of, 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 



James H. Wheeler 
Chair 



Dated at Toronto on March 20, 19%. 



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Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated at Toronto on March 13, 1996. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 83/96 

made under the 
LAW SOCIETY ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 83/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LE BARREAU 



Made: February 21, 1996 

Approved: March 21, 1996 

Filed: March 22, 1996 

Amending Reg. 708 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 708 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 513/95, 514/95 and 515/95. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1994. 



Remarque : 



pris le 21 février 1996 

approuvé le 21 mars 1996 

déposé le 22 mars 1996 

modifiant le Règl. 708 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Depuis le l*' janvier 1 995, le Règlement 708 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 5 1 3/95, 5 14/95 et 5 1 5/95. 
Pour les modifications antérieures, voir la Table des 
règlements qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1994. 



1. Subsection 14 (1) of Regulation 708 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



(1) Every member who receives money in trust for a client, except 
money hereinafter expressly exempted from the application of this 
section, shall forthwith pay the money into an account at a chartered 
bank, provincial savings office, credit union or a league to which the 
Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act, 1994 applies or registered 
trust corporation to be kept in the name of the member or in the name 
of the fuTO of which he or she is a member or by which he or she is 
employed and designated as a trust account. 

Law Society of Upper Canada: 



1. Le paragraphe 14 (1) du Règlement 708 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

( 1 ) Le membre qui reçoit des fonds en fiducie pour un client, sauf les 
fonds précisés ci-dessous comme étant expressément soustraits à 
l'application du présent article, les dépose sans délai à une banque à 
charte, une caisse d'épargne provinciale, une caisse ou caisse populaire 
ou une fédération à laquelle s'applique la Loi de 1994 sur les caisses 
populaires et les credit unions ou une société de fîducie inscrite, dans 
un compte en fiducie, à son nom ou au nom du cabinet dont il est membre 
ou employé. 

Barreau du Haut-Canada : 



Susan Eluott 
Treasurer 



Susan Eu-iott 
Trésorière 



R. TiNSLEY 
Secretary 



R. TlNSlXY 
Secrétaire 



Dated at Toronto on February 21, 19%. 



Fait à Toronto le 21 février 1996. 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 84/96 

made under the 

GENERAL WELFARE ASSISTANCE ACT 

Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

Amending Reg. 537 of R.R.O 1990 
(General) 

Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 537 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 2/95, 126/95, 212/95, 385/95, 410/95, 
420/95 and 501/95. For prior amendments, see the Table of 
Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 



1. Clause (a) of the definition of "special assistance" in subsection 
1 (1) of Regulation 537 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is revoked. 

2. (1) Paragraph 3 of subsection 18 (4) of the Regulation is 
amended by adding at the end "except the cost of drugs prescribed 
by a physician". 

(2) Paragraph 8 of sul>$ection 18 (4) of the Regulation is revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 

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O. Reg. 87/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 85/96 

made under the 

PUBLIC SECTOR SALARY DISCLOSURE ACT 



ONTARIO REGULATION 86/96 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 



Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

GENERAL 

1. An employer may charge 20 cents per page for furnishing a copy 
of a record or statement under subsection 4 (1) of the Act. 

2. (1) In subsection (2), a reference to an employer referred to in a 
named clause shall be deemed to be a reference to an employer referred 
to in that clause of the definition of "public sector" in subsection 2(1) 
of the Act. 

(2) Beginning with the year 1996, the following employers shall 
provide to the following ministries, without charge, a copy of the record 
or statement the employers are required to make available for 
inspection by the public under section 3 of the Act, and shall do so not 
later than March 31 of each year: 

1 . An employer referred to in clause (a) shall provide a copy to, 

(i) every ministry from which the employer received funding in 
the previous year, 

(ii) every ministry to which the employer was required to 
deliver an annual report of its activities in the preceding 
year, and 

(iii) every ministry from which the employer has received a 
request for it. 

2. An employer referred to in clause (b) shall provide a copy to the 
Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. 

3. An employer referred to in clause (d) or (e) shall provide a copy 
to the Ministry of Education and Training. 

4. An employer referred to in clause (f) or (i) shall provide a copy 
to the Ministry of Health. 

5. An employer referred to in clause (j) shall provide a copy to the 
Ministry of Finance. 



Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 868 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 39/95, 170/95, 300/95, 304/95, 370/95, 
475/95, 478/95, 483/95 and 17/%. For prior amendments, see 
the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. (1) Subsection 3 (8) of the Regulation 868 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "$3" at the 
end and substituting "$2.83". 

(2) Subsection 3 (10) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(10) For the purposes of subclause 6 (2) (c) (i) of the Act, the 
dispensing fee is $6. 1 1 . 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 87/96 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: March 19, 1996 

Approved: March 21, 1996 

Filed: March 22, 1996 



AUTHORIZATION TO ISSUE DIRECTIONS UNDER 
SECTION 6 AND SUBSECTION 9 (10) OF THE ACT 

1. The Health Services Restructuring Commission established under 
section 8 of the Ministry of Health Act may issue directions under sec- 
tion 6 of the Act or under subsection 9 ( 10) of the Act in the place of the 
Minister. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



6. An employer referred to in clause (c), (g), (h) or (k) to which the 
Government funding condition in subsection 2 (2) applies shall 
provide a copy to every ministry from which the employer 
received Government funding in the preceding year. 



Jim Wilson 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto on March 19, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 88/96 

made under the 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH ACT 

Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

HEALTH SERVICES RESTRUCTURING 
COMMISSION 

1. (1) The following are the duties of the Commission: 

1. To consider local hospital restructuring plans provided by the 
Ministry and such other information relevant to the plans as it 
deems appropriate. 

2. To determine which local hospital restructuring plans provided 
by the Ministry shall be implemented and to vary or add to those 
plans if it considers it in the public interest to do so. 

3. To determine the timing of the implementation of local hospital 
restructuring plans and the manner in which they are to be im- 
plemented. 

4. To set guidelines respecting representations that may be made to 
the Commission by a hospital that has received notice under sub- 
section 6 (5) of the Public Hospitals Act that the Commission 
intends to issue a direction that the hospital cease to operate or 
that it amalgamate with another hospital. 

5. To give the Minister quarterly reports on the implementation of 
local hospital restructuring plans. 

6. To advise the Minister where the Commission is of the opinion 
that a local hospital restructuring plan should be developed for 
a specified hospital or for two or more hospitals in a geographic 
area. 

7. Where a hospital fails to carry out a direction issued by the Com- 
mission under section 6 of the Public Hospitals Act, to advise the 
Minister as to appropriate actions, including the appointment of 
investigators under section 8 of the Public Hospitals Act and of 
hospital supervisors under section 9 of that Act. 

(2) The guidelines established under paragraph 4 of subsection (1) 
shall set out the manner in which representations may be made and the 
procedure for making the representations. 

(3) The Commission may exercise such powers as are necessary to 
carry out the duties of the Commission including the following powers: 

1 . To consult with providers of health care services and such other 
persons as the Commission considers necessary in order to 
determine, 

i. which local hospital restructuring plans provided by the 
Ministry shall be implemented, 

ii. whether and in what manner to vary or add to a local hospital 
restructuring plan, 

iii. the timing of the implementation of a local hospital 
restructuring plan, and 

iv. the manner in which a local hospital restructuring plan is to 
be implemented. 

2. To exercise any power under section 6 or subsection 9 ( 1 0) of the 
Public Hospitals Act assigned to the Commission by regulation 
under that Act. 



3. To advise the Minister as to the revocation of a licence under sec- 
tion 15.1 of the Private Hospitals Act. 

4. To advise the Minister on all matters relating to the development, 
establishment and maintenance of an effective and adequate 
health care system and the restructuring of health care services 
provided in Ontario communities. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 89/96 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

Amending Reg. 868 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 868 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 39/95, 170/95, 300/95, 304/95, 370/95, 
475/95, 478/95, 483/95 and 17/96. For prior amendments, see 
the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 2.1 (4) is amended by strildng out 
"referred to in clause (5) (c)" and substituting 'Svho is an eligible 
person". 

(2) Subparagraphs ii, iii and iv of paragraph 1 of subsection 2.1 
(4) of the Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 

ii. A product listed in Part V or XI of the Formulary. 

iii. A listed substance. 

iv. A product listed in Schedule 7 that meets the criteria set out 
in subsection (4.1). 

(3) Subparagraph vi of paragraph 1 of subsection 2.1 (4) of the 
Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

vi. An extemporaneous preparation that is a designated phar- 
maceutical product under clause 5 (1) (a) or (a.l). 

(4) Subsection 2.1 (4) of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

1.1 A co-payment paid upon purchase of a product that is referred 
to in paragraph I and is to be used by a member of the family unit 
who, at the time the product is purchased, is an eligible person. 

(5) Section 2.1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the foUow- 
ing subsection: 

(4. 1) For the purposes of subparagraph iv of paragraph I of subsec- 
tion 2.1 (4), the cost of a product listed in Schedule 7 is an allowable 
expense if, 

(a) the Minister has been informed by a physician that the proper 
treatment of the patient requires the administration of the drug; 
and 

(b) the Director of the Drug Programs Branch of the Ministry, on the 
advice of a panel of experts appointed for this purpose, 
recommends the use of the drug based on clinical criteria that 
relate to the patient's case. 



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(6) Subsection 2.1 (5) of the Regulation is revolted and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(5) The cost of a product referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection (4) 
shall not be an allowable expense if, 

(a) the product was not prescribed by a member of a health 
profession acting within the scope of his or her practice; or 

(b) the product is for use by a member of the family unit who, at the 
time the product is purchased, is not an insured person under the 
Health Insurance Act. 

(7) Subsection 2.1 (6) of the Regulation is amended by strildng out 
"(5) (b)" in the first line and substituting "(5) (a)". 

(8) Subsection 2.1 (7) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(7) If the cost of a product referred to in paragraph 1 of subsection 
(4), or a part of the cost of that product, has been, or may be, reimbursed 
under the Ontario Health Insurance Plan or under an insurance plan, the 
cost or the part of the cost that may be reimbursed shall not be an allow- 
able expense. 

2. The 'Rible to the Regulation is amended by striking out the first 
item and substituting the following: 



up to 6,500 


350 


250 


200 


150 


6,501 - 7,000 


353 


253 


203 


153 


7,001 - 7,500 


359 


259 


209 


159 


7,501 - 8,000 


364 


264 


214 


164 


8,001 - 8,500 


370 


270 


220 


170 


8,501 - 9,000 


376 


276 


226 


176 


9,001 - 9,500 


381 


281 


231 


181 


9,501 - 10,000 


387 


287 


237 


187 


10,001 - 10,500 


393 


293 


243 


193 


10,501 - 11,000 


398 


298 


248 


198 


11,001 - 11,500 


404 


304 


254 


204 


11,501 - 12,000 


410 


310 


260 


210 


12,001 - 12,500 


415 


315 


265 


215 


12,501 - 13,000 


421 


321 


271 


221 


13,001 - 13,500 


427 


327 


277 


227 


13,501 - 14,000 


432 


332 


282 


232 


14,001 - 14,500 


438 


338 


288 


238 


14,501 - 15,000 


444 


344 


294 


244 


15,001 - 15,500 


449 


349 


299 


249 


15,501 - 16,000 


455 


355 


305 


255 


16,001 - 16,500 


461 


361 


311 


261 


16,501 - 17,000 


466 


366 


316 


266 


17,001 - 17,500 


472 


372 


322 


272 



17,501 - 18,000 


478 


378 


328 


278 


18,001 - 18,500 


483 


383 


333 


283 


18,501 - 19,000 


489 


389 


339 


289 


19,001 - 19,500 


495 


395 


345 


295 


19,501 - 20,000 


500 


400 


350 


300 



3. Schedule 7 to the Regulation is revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 

Schedule 7 

1. Beta-interferon (Betaseron) 

2. Cyclosporine (Sandimmune) 

3. Deferoxamine (Desferal) 

4. Dornase alfa (Pulmozyme) 

5. Erythropoietin (Eprex) 

6. Filgrastim (Neupogen) 

7. Lamivudine (3TC) 

4. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force 
on April 1, 1996. 

(2) Subsection 1 (4) comes into force on the day subsection 6 (1) 
of Schedule G to the Savings and Restructuring Act, 1996 comes into 
force. 

14/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 90/96 

made under the 

INTERPRETATION ACT 

Made: March 21, 19% 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

Amending Reg. 678 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Fees Payable Under Various Acts) 

Note: Since January 1, 1995, Regulation 678 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 486/95. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1994. 

1. Paragraph 1, section 4 of Regulation 678 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

1. To purchase a copy of every award filed in a one-year period 
$4,400. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



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I 



ONTARIO REGULATION 91/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made:Man:h21, 19% 
Filed: March 22, 1996 



EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF DISABLED 
PERSON PARKING PERMITS 

1. Despite section 5 of Regulation 581 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1 990, the term of validity of every disabled person parking 
permit is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without 
the extension, the permit would cease to be currently validated on or 
after the day this Regulation comes into force. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 92/96 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 22, 1996 

EXEMPTING NEW RESIDENTS FROM VEHICLE 
REGISTRATION 



1. A motor vehicle owned by a person who complies with the 
conditions for the 30 day exemption set out in subsection 15 (2) of the 
Act is exempt from subsections 7 ( 1 ) and (4) of the Act for 60 days after 
the day this Regulation comes into force. 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—04—13 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 93/96 

made under the 

ENVIRONMENTAL BILL OF RIGHTS, 1993 

Made: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 25, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 73/94 
(General) 

Ontario Regulation 73/94 has not been amended in 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



1. Subsection 15.1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 73/94 is revoked and 
the foUowing substituted: 

(1) In this section, 

"field order" means, 

(a) an order issued under the Environmental Protection Act, the 
Ontario Water Resources Act or the Pesticides Act, if the order 
is issued by a Director whose appointment as a Director provides 
that any order issued under the appointment must include notice 
that the person to whom the order is directed may apply to a 
regional director of the Ministry of Environment and Energy, or 
a person designated by the regional director, to amend or revoke 
the order, 

(b) a notice of a proposal to make, vary or amend a control order 
under section 13 of the Pesticides Act, if the notice of the 
proposal is issued by a Director whose appointment as a Director 
provides that any such notice issued under the appointment must 
include notice that the person to whom the notice is directed may 
apply to a regional director of the Ministry of Environment and 
Energy, or a person designated by the regional director, to amend 
or revoke the notice. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 94/96 

made under the 
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ACT 



Approved: March 21, 1996 
Filed: March 25, 1996 

EXEMPTION— CITY OF TORONTO'S WESTERN 
BEACHES STORAGE TUNNEL— TOR-C-5 

Having received a request that an undertaking, namely: 

the activities of the design, construction and operation of the Western 
Beaches Storage Tunnel, 

be exempt from the requirements of section 5 of the Environmental 
Assessment Act; and 



Having been advised by The Corporation of the City of Toronto (City 
of Toronto) that if the undertaking is subject to the application of the 
Act, the following injury, damage or interference with the persons and 
property indicated will occur: 

A. Due to the current state of the water quality along the City of 
Toronto's Western Beaches, residents and visitors to the City of 
Toronto are unable to utilize the beach and area as was intended. 
The water quality is significantly impaired due to the continued 
discharge of untreated sewage combined with stormwater during 
heavy rains. This has resulted in beneficial uses such as 
swimming, sport fish consumption and aesthetics being 
restricted. This degradation of water quality will continue, 
resulting in the potential endangerment of human health, safety 
and well being, as well as significant damage to the existing 
natural environment of the near shore. 

B. The delay in improving the water quality of the Western Beaches 
will impact the ability of the Metropolitan Toronto Remedial 
Action Plan to achieve its goals and the ability of Ontario to meet 
the water quality targets of the Canada-Ontario Agreement. 

Having weighed such injury, damage or interference against the 
betterment of the people of the whole or any part of Ontario by the 
protection, conservation and wise management in Ontario of the 
environment which would result from the undertaking being subject to 
the application of the Act; 

The undersigned is of the opinion that it is in the public interest to 
order and orders that the undertaking is exempt from the application of 
the Act for the following reasons: 

A. The current state of the water quality along the Western Beaches 
is significantly impaired due to the continued discharge of 
untreated combined sewage overflows (CSOs — sanitary sewage 
and stormwater flowing in the same pipe) and stormwater 
directly into the lake. While the benefits of additional planning 
are important, they do not warrant the delay in improving the 
water quality of the Western Beaches. 

B. The City of Toronto has completed a substantial amount of 
planning, consultation and environmental assessment through: 
(i) the completion of a city-wide Sewer System Master Plan in 
1992, (ii) the subsequent completion of a Schedule "C" Class 
Environmental Assessment for the Western Beaches Storage 
Tunnel in 1993, in keeping with the appropriate requirements of 
the Municipal Engineers Association Class Environmental 
Assessment for Municipal Sewage and Water Projects, and (iii) 
the City's participation in the Open Public Review of the 
Western Beaches Storage Tunnel project by the Environmental 
Assessment Advisory Committee in 1994. 

This exemption is subject to the following terms and conditions: 

General 

1 . Where any activity which otherwise would be exempt under this 
order is being carried out as or is part of an undertaking for which 
an environmental assessment (EA) has been accepted and 
approval to proceed received, the activity shall be cartied out in 
accordance with any terms or conditions in the approval to 
proceed as well as the conditions of this order. 



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2. Where any activity which is the subject of this order is being 
carried out as or is part of another undertaking which is the 
subject of an exemption order under the Act, the activity exempt 
under this order shall be carried out in accordance with any terms 
or conditions in the other exemption order as well as the 
conditions in this order. 

Contaminants Study 

3. The City of Toronto will complete further studies to determine 
the quantities and quality of all contaminants (in addition to 
faecal coliform) that are expected to be present in the Tunnel 
liquids and Tunnel solids. 

4. The City of Toronto will document the information identified in 
Condition 3 in a report, including information on the existing 
treatment methods and future treatment options, identified 
contaminants during the operation of Phase 1 of the Tunnel, and 
subsequent phases. This report will be submitted to the Director, 
Approvals Branch, Ministry of Environment and Energy, as part 
of the application for an approval under the Ontario Water 
Resources Act. 

5. The City of Toronto will make the Contaminants Study available 
to The Municipahty of Metropolitan Toronto (Metro) for 
consideration and for public review at the time of submission to 
Approvals Branch. The City of Toronto will directly notify all 
those parties who have expressed prior interest in this study of 
its availability. 



application for an approval under the Ontario Water Resources 
Act. 

10. The City of Toronto will implement the monitoring programs 
identified in Condition 9 immediately upon commencement of 
operation of the Tunnel. The results of the programs will be 
forwarded to the Director, Central Region, Ministry of 
Environment and Energy, for information purposes on an annual 
basis. The monitoring results will also be incorporated into their 
Sewer System Master Plan (SSMP) where appropriate by 
following the formal Amending Procedure required by 
Condition 14, thereby becoming part of any projects identified 
within the Plan. 

Main Treatment Pij\nt Environmental Assessment 

11. The City of Toronto will maintain its active participation as an 
affected party in Metro's Main Treatment Plant environmental 
assessment process. The City of Toronto will continue to work 
with the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto to develop and 
analyze a reasonable range of alternative methods of treating 
CSOs and stormwater, and alternative sites for treatment 
facilities. 

12. The City of Toronto will ensure that the planning for any of the 
remaining tunnel components of the City of Toronto Sewer 
System Master Plan will not be undertaken in isolation from 
Metro's Environmental Assessment process for its future 
wastewater needs. 



Non-Structural Programs 



Master Planning for Wastewater Systems 



6. Within three months of the approval of this exemption order, the 
City of Toronto shall set up a Non-Structural Programs Working 
Group, to be composed of appropriate City staff and several 
members of the interested public. The purpose of this Group will 
be to identify areas of the City where the implementation of non- 
structural programs to address stormwater and/or CSO needs are 
feasible. In keeping with the City's policy on the use of non- 
structural programs, the Group shall also be responsible for 
recommending to Council, through the appropriate Committee, 
those programs which are considered environmentally, techni- 
cally and economically appropriate. 

7. The City of Toronto will aggressively implement its policies on 
the use of non-structural programs, and Best Management 
Practices, for CSO control and stormwater management. 

8. The City of Toronto shall direct the Non-Suiictural Programs 
Working Group to examine the feasibility of implementing 
non-structural solutions for stormwater management at the Ellis 
Avenue and Howard Road stormwater outlets. The City of 
Toronto shall obtain any approvals required under other acts for 
any changes to the Western Beaches Storage Tunnel project 
identified and implement the undertaking with those changes. 

MoNnxjRiNG Programs 

9. The City of Toronto will develop monitoring programs to, 

a) monitor the quantity and quality of discharges from the 
Tunnel overflow(s) and the quality and quantity of the 
settled solids within the Tunnel; and 

b) monitor the operation and effectiveness of the non-struc- 
tural programs and the use of Best Management Practices. 

The City of Toronto will submit a description of the monitoring 
programs to the Director of Approvals Branch as part of the 



13. The City of Toronto will participate in any future infrastructure 
planning initiatives for wastewater systems involving all levels 
of municipal government in the Metropolitan Toronto area. The 
City of Toronto will ensure that any infrastructure plans they 
complete are consistent with the direction and conclusions of 
such a Metro-wide infrastructure plan. 

The City of Toronto Sewer System Master Plan 

14. Should the City of Toronto proceed with its existing sewage 
infrastructure plan, the Sewer System Master Plan, the City will 
prepare a formal Review Procedure and a formal Amending 
Procedure for the Sewer System Master Plan to allow for the 
regular review and update of the Plan. These procedures will be 
submitted to the Director, Environmental Assessment Branch, 
Ministry of Environment and Energy, for review and comment. 
They will also be made available to those members of the public 
who have expressed an interest in the existing SSMP for review 
and comment at the time of submission to the Director of the 
Environmental Assessment Branch. 

Reporting on Fulhlment of Conditions 

15. Within one year of the approval of this order, the City of Toronto 
shall advise the Directors of the Environmental Assessment 
Branch and Central Region in writing of how the conditions of 
the exemption have been met. Should there be any outstanding 
work, the City of Toronto will continue to advise the Directors 
of the Environmental Assessment Branch and Central Region in 
writing of how the conditions of exemption have been met. 

16. Except where otherwise provided for by these conditions, or in 
an approval issued under the Ontario Water Resources Act, the 
City of Toronto will carry out the implementation of the Western 
Beaches Storage Tunnel as defined in the Western Beaches 
Storage Tunnel Environmental Study Report (July 1993), and the 
request for exemption submission. 



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Implementation 



17. This order expires 2 years after the date that it is approved, or 
such later date as the Minister of Environment and Energy may 
specify by notice in writing to the proponent. 

18. All other applicable approvals and permits will be obtained for 
the project 



Brenda Elxiott 
Minister of Environment and Energy 



15/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 95/% 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 95/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Made: March 22, 1996 

Approved: March 27, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 19% 

Amending Reg. 298 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Operation of Schools — General) 

Note: Regulation 298 has not been amended in 19%. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



pris le 22 mars 19% 

approuvé le 27 mars 19% 

déposé le 29 mars 19% 

modifiant le Règl. 298 des L.R.O. de 1990 
(Fonctionnement des écoles — Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 298 n'a pas été modifié en 19%. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 



1. Sections 14, 15 and 16 of Regulation 298 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 an revolted and the following 
substituted: 

14. (1) The organization of a secondary school may be by 
departments or other organizational units. 

(2) The organization of an elementary school may be by divisions 
or other organizational units. 

(3) A board may appoint for each organizational unit of an 
elementary or secondary school a teacher to direct and supervise, 
subject to the authority of the principal of the school, such 
organizational unit. 

(4) A teacher appointed under subsection (3) may be appointed to 
direct and supervise more than one organizational unit. 

2. Clause 20 (c) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "14, 
15 or IT' and substituting "14 or IT'. 



1. Les articles 14, 15 et 16 du Règlement 298 des Règlements 
refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 sont abrogés et remplacés par ce qui 
suit: 

14. (1) L'école secondaire peut se diviser en sections ou autres 
unités administratives. 

(2) L'école élémentaire peut se diviser en cycles ou autres unités 
administratives. 

(3) Le conseil peut nonuner, pour chaque unité administrative d'une 
école élémentaire ou secondaire, un enseignant chargé de la diriger et de 
la superviser, sous réserve de l'autorité du directeur d'école. 



(4) L'enseignant nommé en vertu du paragraphe (3) peut être chargé 
de diriger et de superviser plus d'une unité administrative. 

2. L'alinéa 20 c) du Règlement est modifié par substitution de «14 
ou 17» à «(14), (15) ou (17)» à la dernière ligne. 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Education and Training 



John Snobelen 
Ministre de l'Éducation et de la Formation 



Dated at Toronto on March 22, 19%. 



Fait à Toronto le 22 mars 19%. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 96/96 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 27, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Revoking O. Reg. 467/94 
(Junior Kindergarten Exemptions) 

1. Ontario Regulation 467/94 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1996. 



15/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 97/96 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 97/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 



Note: 



Made: March 22, 1996 

Approved: March 27, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 285 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Continuing Education) 

Regulation 285 has not been amended in 1996. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



Remarque : 



pris le 22 mars 1996 

approuvé le 27 mars 1996 

déposé le 29 mars 1996 

modifiant le Règl. 285 des L.R.O. de 1990 
(Éducation permanente) 

Le Règlement 285 n' a pas été modifié en 1996. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 



1. Section 1 of Regulation 285 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(1.1) A continuing education course or class referred to in 
subsection (1) may be provided by a board at any time of the day or 
evening. 



1. L'article 1 du Règlement 285 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction du paragraphe 
suivant : 

(1.1) Le conseil peut offrir les classes ou les cours d'éducation 
permanente visés au paragraphe (1) à toute heure du jour ou du soir. 



John Snobei^n 
Minister of Education and Training 



John Snobelen 
Ministre de l'Éducation et de la Formation 



Dated at Toronto on March 22, 1996. 



Fait à Toronto le 22 mars 19%. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 98/96 

made under the 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE ACT 

Made: March 27, 19% 
Filed: March 29, 19% 

Amending O. Reg. 247/94 
(Salaries and Benefits of Justices of the Peace — 
Regions Designated under Section 22 of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 247/94 has not been amended in 1996. For 
prior amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes 
of Ontario, 1995. 



1. (1) Subsection 2 (1) of Ontario Regulation 247/94 is amended 
by striking out "Co-ordinator" in the first line and substituting 
"Associate Chief Judge — Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace". 



(2) Subsection 2 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Co-ordinator" in the fourth line and substituting "Associate Chief 
Judge — Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace". 



2. Subsection 3 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"Co-ordinator" in the eighth line and substituting "Associate Chief 
Judge — Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace". 



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3. Subsections 6 (1) and (2) of the Regulation are revolted and the 
following substituted: 

(1) If, between April 1, 1994 and March 31, 1997, a justice of the 
peace carries out, at the direction of the Associate Chief Judge — 
Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace, additional duties directly related 
to the fact that payments to justices of the peace are administered under 
the Act and not under the Administration of Justice Act, the Associate 
Chief Judge — Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace may direct that the 
justice of the peace receive a salary in addition to the salary received for 
performing the duties of a justice of the peace. 



(2) The Associate Chief Judge — Co-ordinator of Justices of the 
Peace shall determine the period of time during which the justice of the 
peace shall receive the additional salary under subsection (I), as well 
as the amount of the salary. 



4. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 99/96 

made under the 

SUBSTITUTE DECISIONS ACT, 1992 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 99/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 

DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI 



Made: March 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 



pris le 28 mars 1996 
déposé le 29 mars 1996 



REGISTER 



REGISTRE 



1. The Public Guardian and Trustee shall establish and maintain a 
register of, 

(a) guardians of property; and 

(b) guardians of the person. 

2. The Public Guardian and Trustee shall open a file relating to a 
person and shall incorporate the file in the register when the fu'st of the 
following events occurs: 



1. Le Tuteur et curateur public prévoit et tient un registre des 
personnes suivantes : 

a) les tuteurs aux biens; 

b) les tuteurs à la personne. 

2. Le Tuteur et curateur public ouvre un dossier relativement à la 
personne et le verse au registre dès la première des éventualités 
suivantes à se produire : 



1 . The Public Guardian and Trustee becomes the person's statutory 
guardian of property. 

2. The court appoints someone as the person's guardian of property 
or guardian of the person. 



1 . Le Tuteur et curateur public devient le tuteur légal aux biens de 
la personne. 

2. Le tribunal nomme un tuteur aux biens de la personne ou un 
tuteur à sa personne. 



3. (1) A file in the register relating to a person shall contain the 
following information that is in the possession of the Public Guardian 
and Trustee: 



3. (1) Le dossier relatif à la personne versé au registre contient les 
renseignements suivants que possède le Tuteur et curateur public : 



1 . The name and address of the person. 

2. The name, address and telephone number of the person's 
guardian of property, if any, and guardian of the person, if any. 



3. For each guardian referred to in paragraph 2, information 
concerning, 

i. how the guardian acquired his or her authority, 

ii. any restrictions on the guardian's authority, 

iii. with respect to a guardian of the person, whether the 
authority is full or partial and, if partial, the areas of personal 
care decision making in which the guardian has authority, 
and 

iv. the date that the guardian's authority took effect, terminated 
or changed. 

(2) The Public Guardian and Trustee shall update the information 
contained in the register whenever he or she receives new information 
referred to in subsection (1). 



1 . Les noms et adresse de la personne. 

2. Les noms, adresse et numéro de téléphone du tuteur aux biens de 
la personne, le cas échéant, et du tuteur à la personne de celle-ci, 
le cas échéant. 

3. À l'égard de chaque tuteur visé à la disposition 2, les 
renseignements suivants : 

i. la façon dont le tuteur a acquis ses pouvoirs, 

ii. les restrictions imposées aux pouvoirs du tuteur, 

iii. relativement au tuteur à la personne, si les pouvoirs sont 
pleins ou partiels, et, s'ils sont partiels, les domaines dans 
lesquels le tuteur a le pouvoir de prendre des décisions en ce 
qui concerne les soins de la personne, 

iv. la date à laquelle les pouvoirs du tuteur ont pris effet, ont pris 
fin ou ont changé. 

(2) Le Tuteur et curateur public met à jour les renseignements 
contenus dans le registre chaque fois qu'il reçoit de nouveaux 
renseignements visés au paragraphe (I). 



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4. A guardian of property or guardian of the person shall promptly 
notify the Public Guardian and Trustee in writing of, 



4. Le tuteur aux biens ou le tuteur à la personne avise promptement 
par écrit le Tuteur et curateur public de ce qui suit : 



(a) any change in the name, address or telephone number of the 
guardian; and 

(b) any change in the name or address of the person. 

5. When the court makes an order relating to the appointment or 
authority of a guardian of property or guardian of the person, the person 
who made the application shall promptly send the Public Guardian and 
Trustee a copy of the order. 

6. (1) The Public Guardian and Trustee shall provide information 
contained in the register under section 3 to any person who requests the 
information, by telephone or otherwise, if the person identifies by name 
the person to whom the file relates. 



a) tout changement de nom, d'adresse ou de numéro de téléphone 
du tuteur; 

b) tout changement de nom ou d'adresse de la personne. 

5. Lorsque le tribunal rend une ordonnance relativement à la 
nomination ou aux pouvoirs du tuteur aux biens ou du tuteur à la 
personne, la personne qui a présenté la requête envoie promptement une 
copie de l'ordonnance au Tuteur et curateur public. 

6. ( 1) Le Tuteur et curateur public fournit les renseignements visés 
à l'article 3 que contient le registre à quiconque en fait la demande, 
notamment par téléphone, si la personne donne le nom de la personne 
sur qui porte le dossier. 



(2) The Public Guardian and Trustee shall not provide any 
information in response to a request under subsection (1) except as 
authorized by that subsection. 



(2) Le Tuteur et curateur public ne peut fournir de renseignements à 
la suite d'une demande visée au paragraphe (1) si ce n'est comme 
l'autorise ce paragraphe. 



7. The Public Guardian and Trustee shall inform every guardian 
about whom information is kept in the register about. 



7. Le Tuteur et curateur public informe de ce qui suit chaque tuteur 
au sujet de qui des renseignements sont conservés dans le registre : 



(a) the existence of the register; 

(b) the nature of the information kept in the register, as set out in 
section 3; and 

(c) the circumstances, as set out in section 6, under which 
information from the register may be released. 

8. This Regulation comes into force on the day Part III of the 
Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law Amendment 
Act, 1996 comes into force. 



a) l'existence du registre; 

b) la nature des renseignements conservés dans le registre, tel que 
l'énonce l'article 3; 

c) les conditions, énoncées à l'article 6, dans lesquelles des 
renseignements contenus dans le registre peuvent être divulgués. 

8. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur de la partie m de la Loi de 1996 modifiant des lois en ce qui 
concerne l'intervention, le consentement et la prise de décisions au 
nom d'autrui. 



15/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 100/96 

made under the 

SUBSTITUTE DECISIONS ACT, 1992 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 100/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 

DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI 



Made: March 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 



pris le 28 mars 1996 
déposé le 29 mars 1996 



ACCOUNTS AND RECORDS OF ATTORNEYS 
AND GUARDIANS 



COMPTES ET DOSSIERS DES PROCUREURS 
ET DES TUTEURS 



Application 



Appucation 



1. This Regulation applies to attorneys under continuing powers of 
attorney, statutory guardians of property, court-appointed guardians of 
property, attorneys under powers of attorney for personal care and 
guardians of the person. 



Form of Accounts and Records 



1. Le présent règlement s'applique aux procureurs constitués en 
vertu de procurations perpétuelles, aux tuteurs légaux aux biens, aux 
tuteurs aux biens nommés par le tribunal, aux procureurs constitués en 
vertu de procurations relatives au soin de la personne et aux tuteurs à la 
personne. 

Forme des comptes et des dossiers 



2. (1) The accounts maintained by an attorney under a continuing 2. (1) Les comptes tenus par un procureur constitué en vertu 

power of attorney and a guardian of property shall include, procuration perpétuelle et un tuteur aux biens comprennent ce qui 

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(a) a list of all the incapable person's assets as of the date of the first 
transaction by the attorney or guardian on the incapable person's 
behalf, including real property, money, securities, investments, 
motor vehicles and other personal property; 



(b) an ongoing list of assets acquired and disposed of on behalf of 
the incapable person, including the date of and reason for the 
acquisition or disposition and from or to whom the asset is 
acquired or disposed; 

(c) an ongoing list of all money received on behalf of the incapable 
person, including the amount, date, from whom it was received, 
the reason for the payment and the particulars of the account into 
which it was deposited; 



(d) an ongoing list of all money paid out on behalf of the incapable 
person, including the amount, date, purpose of the payment and 
to whom it was paid; 

(e) an ongoing list of all investments made on behalf of the 
incapable person, including the amount, date, interest rate and 
type of investment purchased or redeemed; 

(f) a list of all the incapable person's liabilities as of the date of the 
first transaction by the attorney or guardian on the incapable 
person's behalf; 

(g) an ongoing list of liabilities incurred and discharged on behalf 
of the incapable person, including the date, nature of and reason 
for the liability being incurred or discharged; 

(h) an ongoing hst of all compensation taken by the attorney or 
guardian, if any, including the amount, date and method of 
calculation; 

(i) a list of the assets, and value of each, used to calculate the 
attorney's or guardian's care and management fee, if any. 



(2) An attorney under a continuing power of attorney and a guardian 
of property shall also keep, together with the accounts described in 
subsection (1), a copy of the continuing power of attorney, certificate 
of statutory guardianship or court order constituting the authority of the 
attorney or guardian, a copy of the management plan, if any, and a copy 
of any court orders relating to the attorney's or guardian's authority or 
to the management of the incapable person's property. 

3. (1) The records maintained by an attorney under a power of 
attorney for personal care and a guardian of the person shall include, 

(a) a list of all decisions regarding health care, safety and shelter 
made on behalf of the incapable person, including the nature of 
each decision, the reason for it and the date; 



(b) a copy of medical reports or other documents, if any, relating to 
each decision; 

(c) the names of any persons consulted, including the incapable 
person, in respect of each decision and the date; 

(d) a description of the incapable person's wishes, if any, relevant to 
each decision, that he or she expressed when capable and the 
manner in which they were expressed; 



I 



(e) a description of the incapable person's current wishes, if 
ascertainable and if they are relevant to the decision; 

(f) for each decision taken, the attorney's or guardian's opinion on 
each of the factors listed in clause 66 (4) (c) of the Act. 



a) la liste de tous les éléments d'actif de l'incapable à la date de la 
première opération effectuée par le procureur ou le tuteur au nom 
de l'incapable, y compris les biens immeubles, les sommes 
d'argent, les valeurs mobilières, les placements, les véhicules 
automobiles et les autres biens personnels; 

b) la liste permanente des éléments d'actif acquis et aliénés au nom 
de l'incapable, y compris la date et les motifs de l'acquisition ou 
de l'aliénation ainsi que le nom de la personne auprès de qui s'est 
faite l'acquisition ou en faveur de qui s'est faite l'aliénation; 

c) la liste permanente de toutes les sommes d'argent reçues au nom 
de l'incapable, y compris le montant, la date, le nom de la 
personne qui a versé la somme, la raison du paiement et les 
renseignements utiles sur le compte dans lequel la somme a été 
déposée; 

d) la liste permanente de toutes les sommes payées au nom de 
l'incapable, y compris le montant, la date, le but du paiement et 
le nom de la personne à qui la somme a été versée; 

e) la liste permanente de tous les placements effectués au nom de 
l'incapable, y compris le montant, la date, le taux d'intérêt et le 
type de placement effectué ou encaissé; 

la liste de tous les éléments de passif de l'incapable à la date de 
la première opération effectuée par le procureur ou le tuteur au 
nom de l'incapable; 

g) la liste permanente des dettes engagées et acquittées au nom de 
l'incapable, y compris la date, la nature de la dette et le motif pour 
lequel la dette a été engagée ou acquittée; 

h) la liste permanente de toutes les rémunérations prélevées par le 
procureur ou le tuteur, le cas échéant, y compris le montant, la 
date et la méthode de calcul; 

i) la liste des éléments d'actif, et la valeur de chacun d'eux, en vue 
du calcul des honoraires, le cas échéant, du procureur ou du 
tuteur à l'égard des soins et de la gestion. 

(2) Le procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle et 
le tuteur aux biens conservent également, avec les comptes visés au 
paragraphe (1), une copie de la procuration perpétuelle, du certificat de 
tutelle légale ou de l'ordonnance du tribunal habilitant le procureur ou 
le tuteur, une copie du plan de gestion, le cas échéant, et une copie des 
ordonnances du tribunal relatives aux pouvoirs du procureur ou du 
tuteur ou à la gestion des biens de l'incapable. 

3. (1) Les dossiers tenus par un procureur constitué en vertu d'une 
procuration relative au soin de la personne et un tuteur à la personne 
comprennent ce qui suit : 

a) la liste de toutes les décisions relatives aux soins de santé, à la 
sécurité et à l'hébergement qui ont été prises au nom de 
l'incapable, y compris la nature de chaque décision et les motifs 
et la date de celle-ci; 

b) une copie des rapports médicaux ou autres documents, le cas 
échéant, se rapportant à chaque décision; 

c) le nom des personnes consultées, y compris l'incapable, à l'égard 
de chaque décision et la date de la consultation; 

d) la description des désirs de l'incapable, le cas échéant, qui sont 
pertinents à l'égard de chaque décision, qu'il a exprimés 
lorsqu'il était capable, et de la façon dont il les a exprimés; 

e) la description des désirs courants de l'incapable, s'ils peuvent 
êU'e établis et s'ils sont pertinents à l'égard de la décision; 

f) pour chaque décision prise, l'opinion du procureur ou du tuteur 
sur chacun des facteurs énumérés à l'alinéa 66 (4) c) de la Loi. 



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(2) An attorney under a power of attorney for personal care and a 
guardian of the person shall also keep a copy of the power of attorney 
for personal care or court order appointing the attorney or guardian, a 
copy of the guardianship plan, if any, and a copy of any court orders 
relating to the attorney's or guardian's authority or the incapable 
person's care. 



CONRDENTIAUTY AND DlSCI^SURE OF ACC0Uf4TS AND RECORDS 



(2) Le procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration relative au 
soin de la personne et le tuteur à la personne conservent égaletnent une 
copie de la procuration relative au soin de la personne ou de 
l'ordonnance de nomination du procureur ou du tuteur rendue par le 
tribunal, une copie du plan de tutelle, le cas échéant, et une copie des 
ordonnances du tribunal relatives aux pouvoirs du procureur ou du 
tuteur ou au soin de l'incapable. 

CONODENTIALITÉ ET DIVUIXJATION DES COMPTES ET DES DOSSIERS 



4. An attorney or guardian shall not disclose any information 
contained in the accounts and records except. 



4. Le procureur ou le tuteur ne doit pas divulguer les renseignements 
contenus dans les comptes et les dossiers sauf dans les cas suivants : 



(a) as required by section 5 or permitted by section 6; 

(b) as required by a court order; 

(c) as required otherwise under the Act or any other Act; or 

(d) as is consistent with or related to his or her duties as attorney or 
guardian. 

5. (1) An attorney under a continuing power of attorney shall give 
a copy of the accounts and records he or she keeps in accordance with 
section 2 to any of the following persons who requests it: 



a) l'article 5 l'exige ou l'article 6 le permet; 

b) une ordonnance du tribunal l'exige; 

c) la Loi ou une autre loi l'exige par ailleurs; 

d) la divulgation et ses fonctions de procureur ou de tuteur sont 
compatibles ou connexes. 

5. ( 1 ) Le procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle 
donne une copie des comptes et des dossiers qu'il tient conformément 
à l'article 2 aux personnes suivantes qui en font la demande : 



L The incapable person. 

2. The incapable person's attorney for personal care or guardian of 
the person. 

(2) A guardian of property shall give a copy of the accounts and 
records he or she keeps in accordance with section 2 to any of the 
following persons who requests it: 

1 . The incapable person. 

2. The incapable person's attorney for personal care or guardian of 
the person. 

3. If the Public Guardian and Trustee is the guardian of property, 
the incapable person's spouse, except a spouse from whom the 
incapable person is living separate and apart within the meaning 
of the Divorce Act (Canada), or the incapable person's partner, 
child, parent, brother or sister. 

4. The Public Guardian and Trustee, if he or she is not the incapable 
person's guardian of property or guardian of the person. 

(3) An attorney for personal care shall give a copy of the records he 
or she keeps in accordance with section 3 to any of the following 
persons who requests it: 

1 . The incapable person. 

2. The incapable person's attorney under a continuing power of 
attorney or guardian of property. 

(4) A guardian of the person shall give a copy of the records he or 
she keeps in accordance with section 3 to any of the following persons 
who requests it: 

1 . The incapable person. 

2. The incapable person's attorney under a continuing power of 
attorney or guardian of property. 

3. The Public Guardian and Trustee, if he or she is not the incapable 
person's guardian of property or of the person. 



1. L'incapable. 

2. Le procureur au soin de la personne ou le tuteur à la personne de 
l'incapable. 

(2) Le tuteur aux biens donne une copie des comptes et des dossiers 
qu'il tient conformément à l'article 2 aux personnes suivantes qui en 
font la demande : 

1. L'incapable. 

2. Le procureur au soin de la personne ou le tuteur à la personne de 

l'incapable. 

3. Si le Tuteur et curateur public est le tuteur aux biens, le conjoint 
de l'incapable, à l'exception du conjoint dont l'incapable vit 
séparément au sens de la Loi sur le divorce (Canada), ou le 
partenaire, l'enfant, le père, la mère, le frère ou la soeur de 
l'incapable. 

4. Le Tuteur et curateur public, s'il n'est pas le tuteur aux biens ou 
le tuteur à la personne de l'incapable. 

(3) Le procureur au soin de la personne donne une copie des dossiers 
qu'il tient conformément à l'article 3 aux personnes suivantes qui en 
font la demande : 

1. L'incapable. 

2. Le procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle ou 
le tuteur aux biens de l'incapable. 

(4) Le tuteur à la personne donne une copie des dossiers qu'il tient 
conformément à l'article 3 aux personnes suivantes qui en font la 
demande : 

1. L'incapable. 

2. Le procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle ou 
le tuteur aux biens de l'incapable. 

3. Le Tuteur et curateur public, s'il n'est pas le tuteur aux biens ou 
à la personne de l'incapable. 



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Retention of Accounts and Records Conservation des comptes et des dossiers 



6. (1) Every auomey and guardian shall retain the accounts and 
records required by this Regulation until he or she ceases to have 
authority and one of the following occurs: 



6. (1) Les procureurs et les tuteurs conservent les comptes et les 
dossiers exigés par le présent règlement jusqu'à ce qu'ils ne soient plus 
habilités et que l'une ou l'autre des éventualités suivantes se produise : 



1. The attorney or guardian obtains a release of liability from a 
person who has the authority to give the release. 

2. Another person has acquired the authority to manage the 
incapable person's property or make decisions concerning the 
incapable person's personal care, as the case may be, and the 
attorney or guardian delivers the accounts or records to that 
person. 

3. The incapable person has died and the attorney or guardian 
delivers the accounts or records to the incapable person's 
personal representative. 

4. The attorney or guardian is discharged by the court on a passing 
of accounts under section 42 of the Act and either the time for 
appealing the decision relating to the discharge has expired with 
no appeal being taken or an appeal from the decision relating to 
the discharge is finally disposed of and the attorney or guardian 
is discharged on the appeal. 



5. A court order is obtained directing the attorney or guardian to 
destroy or otherwise dispose of the accounts or records. 



(2) Subsection (1) applies, with necessary modifications, to former 
attorneys and guardians. 

7. This Regulation comes into force on the day Part III of the 
Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law Amendment 
Act, 1996 comes into force. 



1 . Le procureur ou le tuteur est dégagé de sa responsabilité par une 
personne habilitée à ce faire. 

2. Une autre personne a été habilitée à gérer les biens de l'incapable 
ou à prendre des décisions relatives au soin de sa personne, selon 
le cas, et le procureur ou le tuteur remet les comptes ou les 
dossiers à cette personne. 



3. L'incapable est décédé et le procureur ou le tuteur remet les 
comptes ou les dossiers au représentant successoral de 
l'incapable. 

4. Le procureur ou le tuteur est libéré par le tribunal à la suite d'une 
reddition des comptes effectuée en vertu de l'article 42 de la Loi, 
et soit le délai prévu pour interjeter appel de la décision relative 
à la libération a expiré sans qu'aucun appel n'ait été interjeté, soit 
un appel de la décision relative à la libération a été réglé de façon 
définitive et le procureur ou le tuteur est libéré à la suite de 
l'appel. 

5. Une ordonnance du tribunal est obtenue, laquelle enjoint au 
procureur ou au tuteur de détruire les comptes ou les dossiers ou 
de s'en défaire d'une autre façon. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) s'applique, avec les adaptations nécessaires, 
aux anciens procureurs et tuteurs. 

7. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur de la partie Etl de la Loi de 1996 modifiant des lois en ce qui 
concerne l'intervention, le consentement et la prise de décisions au 
nom d'autrui. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 101/96 

made under the 
SUBSTITUTE DECISIONS ACT, 1992 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 101/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 

DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI 



Made: March 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 26/95 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 26/95 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 3 of Ontario Regulation 26/95 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

3. (1) An application to replace the Public Guardian and Trustee as 
statutory guardian of property by a person authorized to apply under 
subsection 17 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 1. 



(2) A management plan required by subsection 17 (3) or clause 70 
(1) (b) of the Act shall be in Form 2. 



pris le 28 mars 1996 
déposé le 29 mars 1996 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 26/95 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 26/95 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1. L'article 3 du Règlement de l'Ontario 26/95 est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

3. ( 1 ) La demande de remplacement du Tuteur et curateur public en 
qualité de tuteur légal aux biens qui est présentée par une personne 
autorisée à ce faire en vertu du paragraphe 17 (1) de la Loi est rédigée 
selon la formule 1. 

(2) Le plan de gestion exigé par le paragraphe 17 (3) ou l'alinéa 70 
(1) b) de la Loi est rédigé selon la formule 2. 



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(3) A guardianship plan required by clause 70 (2) (b) of the Act shall 
be in Form 3. 

(4) A request for an assessment of one's own or another person's 
capacity under subsection 16 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 4. 



(5) A statement required by paragraph 1 of subsection SO (1) of the 
Act shall be in Form S. 

(6) A statement in support of an application under subsection 71(1) 
of the Act shall be in Form 6. 

(7) A statement in support of a motion under subsection 7 1 (2) of the 
Act shall be in Form 7. 

(8) A statement of a person who is not an assessor under section 72 
of the Act shall be in Form 8. 

(9) A statement of a person who is not an assessor under section 73 
of the Act shall be in Form 9. 

2. Forms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
foUowing substituted: 



(3) Le plan de tutelle exigé par l'alinéa 70 (2) b) de la Loi est rédigé 
selon la formule 3. 

(4) La demande d'évaluation de sa propre capacité ou de celle d'une 
autre personne, prévue au paragraphe 16 (1) de la Loi, est rédigée selon 
la formule 4. 

(5) La déclaration exigée par la disposition 1 du paragraphe 50 (1) 
de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 5. 

(6) La déclaration à l'appui d'une requête visée au paragraphe 71 (1) 
de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 6. 

(7) La déclaration à l'appui d'une motion visée au paragraphe 71 (2) 
de la Loi est rédigée selon la formule 7. 

(8) La déclaration d'une personne qui n'est pas un évaluateur, visée 
à l'article 72 de la Loi, est rédigée selon la formule 8. 

(9) La déclaration d'une personne qui n'est pas un évaluateur, visée 
à l'article 73 de la Loi, est rédigée selon la formule 9. 

2. Les formules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 7 du Règlement sont abrogées et 
remplacées par ce qui suit : 



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FORM 1 

Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 

APPLICATION TO REPLACE THE PUBLIC GOARDIAM AND TROSTEE 

AS STATUTORY GUARDIAN OF PROPERTY BY A PERSON 
AUTHORIZED TO APPLY UNDER SUBSECTION 17 (1)1, 2, 3, 4 

(Please note: attach additional pages if more space is needed) 

Name of Incapable Person (in full) : 



(Surname, first and initials) 
Address : _____ 



Tel ephone : Res idence 
Date of Birth: 



(Day, Month, Year) 
Your relationship to the incapable person is: 

1. a spouse * 

2. D partner ** 

3. relative describe relation: 

Or, you are a: 

4. a trust corporation 

5. D attorney under a continuing power of attorney made prior to 

the date the Certificate of Incapacity was issued and which 
does not give the attorney authority over all of the 
incapable person' s property 

Attachment (s) required: 

D if box 4 above is completed, copy of the consent of the 
incapable person's spouse or partner 

□ if box 5 above is completed, copy of continuing power of 
attorney 

* 'Spouse' means a person of the opposite sex, 

(a) to whom the person is married, or 

(b) with whom a person is living in a conjugal relationship outside 
marriage, if the two persons: 

(i) have cohabited for at least one year, 
(ii) are together the parents of a child, or 

(iii) have together entered into a cohabitation agreement under 
Section 53 of the Family Law Act. 



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** Two persons are 'partners' if they have lived together for at least one 
year and have a close personal relationship that is of primary iaportance 
in both persons' lives. 

Please list any other person who is entitled to apply under 
subsection 17 (1)*** who is known to you. Please state whether 
you have informed each person listed oh your application for 
statutory guardianship and indicate if they have informed you of 
whether they support or oppose your appointment. 

•** Any of the following persons nay apply to the Public Guardian and 
Trustee to replace the Public Guardian and Trustee as an incapable 
person's statutory guardian of property: 



(i) 

(ii) 

(iii) 



(iv) 



the incapable person's spouse or partner, 

a relative of the incapable person, 

the incapable person' s attorney under a continuing power of 

attorney, if the power of attorney was made before the 

Certificate of Incapacity was issued and does not give the 

attorney authority over all of the incapable person' s property, 

or 

a trust corporation within the meaning of the IiO*a and Trust 

Corporations Act, if the incapable person' s spouse or partner 

consents in writing to the application. 













Name 


Person (s) 

Informed 

Yes/No 


Relation- 
ship to 
Incapable 
Person 


Address and 
Telephone Number 


Support or 

Oppose 

Application 

































Applicant's Statement: 

1 . Have you been in personal contact with the incapable person 
during the preceding 12-month period? 

Or, if you are a trust corporation, has the incapable person's 
spouse or partner been in personal contact with the incapable 
person during the preceding 12 -month period? 



a 
a 



Yes 
No 



2. Are you willing to perform all duties required of a guardian 
in respect of the incapable person's property and do you agree 
to act in accordance with the Management Plan? 



a 
□ 



Yes 

No 



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3. To the best of my knowledge and belief, the total approximate 

value of the property of the incapable person is $ . 

Particulars of the assets and their respective approximate 
values are listed on the attached Management Plan, forming 
part of this application. 

(If you are a trust corporation, please skip questions 4-8) 

4. Is your relationship with the incapable person a friendly one? 

a Yes 
a No 

5. Have you been found guilty of any offence relating to 
financial mismanagement under the Criminal Code! 

a Yes 

O No 

6. Are you an undischarged bankrupt? 

a Yes 

a No 

7. Have you been held liable in a civil proceeding relating to 
fraud, breach of trust or any other type of financial 
mismanagement? 

a Yes 
a No 

8. I understand that the Public Guardian and Trustee may refuse 
my application unless I provide a bond securing the value of 
the incapable person' s property in a form and amount agreeable 
to the Public Guardian and Trustee of Ontario. 

a Yes 
a No 

NOTE: Attach Management Plan 

SXmSECTIONS 89 (5) AND (6) OF THE SUBSTITUTE DSX:iSIOII!rS ACT, 1992 
PROVIDE: 

8S.89(5) : NO PERSON SHALL, IN A STATEMENT MADE IN A PRESCRIBED 
FORM, ASSERT SOMETHING THAT HE OR SHE KNOWS TO BE 
ONTRUE OR PROFESS AN OPINION THAT HE OR SHE DOES NOT 
HOLD. 



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••.89(6) : A PERSON WHO CGMTBAVZMES SUBSECTION (5) IS GOILTT OF AN 
OFFENCE AND IS LIABLE, ON CONVICTION, TO A FINE NOT 
EXCEEDING $10,000.00. 



Date 



Name ( s ) : 



Signature ot proposed Statutory Guardian (s) 
of Property or, if a trust corporation, an 
authorized signing officer 



(Please Print) 



Address (es) : 



Telephone number (s):. 



NOTE: If you are proposing the appointment of two or more 
persons as joint statutory guardians, please indicate to which 
applicant the property and accounts, if applicable, and the 
Certificate of Statutory Guardianship should be delivered if 
the appointment is made: 



Name of proposed statutory guardian of property 



Address: 



Telephone: 



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Notic* to thtt Applicants: 

1. The personal information contained in your application is 
collected under the authority of section 17 of the 
Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, and will be used to process 
your application to replace the Public Guardian and Trustee 
as statutory guardian of property in accordance with the 
law and policies of the Office of the Public Guardian and 
Trustee. Questions about this collection of information 
should be directed to: 

Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee 
595 Bay Street, Suite 800 
Toronto, Ontario M5G 2M6 
Tel.: (416) 314-2800 



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FORMULE 1 

Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 

DEMANDE DE REMPLACEMENT DU TUTEUR ET CURATEUR 

PUBLIC EN QUALITÉ DE TUTEUR LÉGAL AUX BIENS PAR UNE 

PERSONNE AUTORISÉE À CE FAIRE EN VERTU 

DES ALINÉAS 1, 2« 3 ET 4 DU PARAGRAPHE 17 (1) 

(Veuillez joindre des feuilles supplémentaires 
au besoin) 

Nom de l'incapable (nom et prénom) : 



(nom de famille, prénom et initiales) 



Adresse: 

N" de téléphone (domicile) 
Date de naissance : 



(Jour, mois, année) 
Votre lien avec l'incapable est le suivant : 

1. LJ conjoint* 

2. LJ partenaire** 

3. □ parent (préciser le lien de parenté) : 

Ou bien vous êtes : 

4. LJ une société de fiducie 

5. Ul un procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle donnée avant la 

délivrance du certificat d'incapacité et qui ne confère pas au procureur de pouvoir sur 
tous les biens de l'incapable. 

Document(s) requis : 

D Si la case 4 ci-dessus est remplie, une copie du consentement du conjoint ou du 
partenaire de l'incapable. 



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D si la case S est remplie, une copie de la procuration perpétuelle. 

* «Conjoint» Personne du sexe opposé avec laquelle : 

a) la personne est mariée; 

b) la personne vit dans une union conjugale hors du mariage, si les deux personnes, selon le cas : 
(i) ont cohabité pendant au moins un an, 

(ii) sont les parents du même enfant, 

(iii) ont conclu un accord de cohabitation en vertu de l'article S3 de la Loi sur le droit de la 
/am ill*. 

** Sont des «partenaires» deux persoimes qui ont vécu ensemble pendant au moins tm an et qui ont des relations 
personnelles étroites qui sont de première importance dans leur vie. 

Veuillez indiquer le nom des autres personnes que vous connaissez et qui ont le droit de 
présenter une demande en vertu du paragraphe 17 (1)***. Veuillez préciser si vous avez 
informé chacune des persoimes indiquées sur la liste que vous présentiez une requête en vue 
d'obtenir la tutelle légale et indiquer si elles vous ont informé qu'elles appuyaient votre 
nomination ou s'y opposaient. 

*** L'une ou l'autre des personnes suivantes peut demander au Tuteur et curateur public de le remplacer en qualité dè'^ 
tuteur légal aux biens de l'incapable : 

(i) le conjoint ou le partenaire de l'incapable, 
(ii) un parent de l'incapable, 
(iii) le procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle de l'incapable, si la procuration a été donnée 

avant la délivrance du certificat d'incapacité et ne confère pas au procureur de pouvoir sur tous les biens de 

l'incapable, 
(iv) une société de fiducie au sens de ta Loi sur les sociétés de prit et de fiducie, si le conjoint ou le partenaire 

de l'incapable consent par écrit i la demande. 



Nom 


Personne(s) 
informée(s) 
Oui/Non 


Lien avec 
l'incapable 


Adresse et 

n" de téléphone 


Appuie la 
nomination 
ou s'y 
oppose 













Déclaration de l'auteur de la demande : 

1. Avez-vous eu un contact personnel avec l'incapable au cours des 12 derniers mois? 

Ou, si vous êtes une société de fiducie, est-ce que le conjoint ou le partenaire de 
l'incapable a été en contact personnel avec l'incapable au cours des 12 derniers mois? 

D Oui 

D Non 



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2. Êtes-vous prêt à vous acquitter de toutes les obligations de tuteur en ce qui concerne les 
biens de l'incapable et convenez-vous d'agir conformément au plan de gestion? 

n Oui 
n Non 

3. Au mieux de ma connaissance et de mes croyances, la valeur totale approximative des 

biens de l'incapable est de $. Les détails des éléments d'actif et de 

leur valeur approximative respective sont indiqués dans le plan de gestion ci-joint, qui fait 
partie intégrante de la présente demande. 

(Si vous êtes une société de fiducie, veuillez omettre les questions 4 à 8.) 

4. Votre relation avec l'incapable est-elle amicale? 

n Oui 
n Non 



S. Avez- vous été déclaré coupable d'une infraction liée à la mauvaise gestion fmanciére en 
vertu du Code crimineH 



n Oui 

n Non 

6. Êtes-vous un failli non libéré? 

D Oui 
D Non 



7. Avez-vous été jugé responsable dans une instance civile en matière de fraude, d'abus de 
confiance ou de tout autre type de mauvaise gestion fmanciére? 

D Oui 

n Non 



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8. Je comprends que le Tuteur et curateur public peut refuser ma demande à moins que je 
fournisse une caution garantissant la valeur des biens de l'incapable, sous une forme et 
d'un montant qu'approuve le Tuteur et curateur public de l'Ontario. 

D Oui 
n Non 



REMARQUE : Veuillez joindre le plan de gestion. 

LES PARAGRAPHES 89 (5) ET (6) DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 
DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI rRÉVOlEîiT CE QUI SUIT : 



Par. 89 (5) : NUL NE DOFF, DANS UNE DÉCLARATION FAITE SELON UNE 

FORMULE PRESCRITE, AFFIRMER QUELQUE CHOSE QU'IL 
SAIT ÊTRE FAUX NI PROFESSER UNE OPINION QUI N'EST 
PAS LA SIENNE. 

Par. 89 (6) : QUICONQUE CONTREVIENT AU PARAGRAPHE (5) EST 

COUPABLE D'UNE INFRACTION ET PASSIBLE, SUR 
DÉCLARATION DE CULPABILITÉ, D'UNE AMENDE D'AU 
PLUS 10 000 $. 



Date Signature du (des) tuteur(s) légal (légaux) aux biens proposé(s) ou d'un 

signataire autorisé, s'il s'agit d'une société de fiducie 

Nom(s) : 

(En caractères d'imprimerie) 

Adresse(s) : 



Numéro(s) de téléphone : 



REMARQUE ; Si vous proposez la nomination de deux ou plusieurs personnes en tant que 
tuteurs légaux conjoints, veuillez indiquer à quel auteur de la demande il faut remettre les 
biens et les comptes, le cas échéant, et le certificat de tutelle légale, si la nomination est 
faite : 



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Nom du tuteur légal aux biens proposé 
Adresse : 



Numéro de téléphone 



Avis aux auteurs de la deniande : 

1. Les renseignements personnels inscrits contenus dans votre demande sont recueillis en 
vertu de l'article 17 de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui et 
serviront à traiter votre demande de remplacement du Tuteur et curateur public en qualité 
de tuteur légal aux biens conformément à la loi et aux politiques du Bureau du Tuteur et 
curateur public. Pour toute question relative à cette collecte de renseignements, veuillez 
vous adresser au : 

Bureau du Tuteur et curateur public 
595, rue Bay, bureau 800 
Toronto (Ontario) M5G 2M6 
Tél. : (416)314-2800 



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FORM 2 

Sotm: Wh«r« thm document is coe^l0tmd »s part of m application 

for court appointsd guMrdlmnsliip of property, plmtLsm insart 

ganaral hamdinç mad court fil» number. 

Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 

MANAGEMENT PLAN 

A. This Management Plan is provided as part of the application 
made by: 

(Full naae(s) of applicant (s) ) 

to be appointed as guardian of the property of 



(Full name of person for whom guardianship is sought) 

To the best of my knowledge and belief, the assets, 
liabilities, income and expenditures of 



(Name of person for vrtiom guardianship is sought) 

at this date are stated below. My plans for managing them and 
the reasons for these plans are as follows: 

Con^lete the parts below that apply to the finances of the 
person for whom guardianship is sought. Attach additional 
pages if the space below is insufficient. Where a part does 
not apply, write ^None* or ^Not Applicable' in the space 
provided. 

B. LAND: 



Type and address of property 
or properties 


Estimated market value 








TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

For each of the above noted properties indicate your plans 
(e.g., sell at market value, lease at market value, other). 



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the anticipated time frame for conpleting the transactions ^ if 
applicable, and your reasons for these plans: 



C. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AMD VEHICLES: (Give general 
description for vehicles, list year, model, make.) 



Item 


Particulars 


Estimated Current 
Market Value 


General Household: 
Vehicles: 










TOTAL: 



PLAN: 



Explain your plans for these items (e.g., retain for use of 
person for whom guardianship is sought, sell at market value, 
place in storage, gift, other) and your reasons for these 
plans: 



D. VALUABLES (including antiques, art, collectibles, jewellery) : 



Item 


Particulars 


Estimated Current 
Market Value 












TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Explain your plans for these items (e.g., sell at market 
value; place in storage, other) and your reasons for these 
plans: 



E. SAVINGS AND SAVINGS PLANS (include cash, assets in financial 
inszitutions, registered retirement or other savings plans, 
deposit receipts, pension plans etc.): 



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Category 


Institution 


Account Number 


Current Amount 
or Value 
















TOTAL: 


PLAN: 





Explain your plans for the savings described above (e.g., 
close current accounts and consolidate in a trust account, 
deposit cash, maintain savings plans, collapse plans as 
required to meet ongoing expenditures, etc.) and your 
reasons for these plans: 



SECDRITIES AND INVESTMENTS (include bonds, shares, warrants, 
options, debentures, notes and any other securities) : 



Category 


Number 


Description 


Estimated 
Current 
Market Value 
















TOTAL: 



PLAN: 



Explain your plans with respect to the above-noted 
securities and investments (e.g., maintain in current form, 
renew as required, convert, redeem, etc.) and your reasons 
for these plans: 



ACCOONTS BECEXVABLB (include all debts owing to person for 
whom guardianship is sought) : 



Particulars 


Amount 








TOTAL: 



PLAN: 



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Explain your plans regarding collection of the above-noted 
debts and your reasons for these plans: 



H. BUSINESS INTERESTS: (Show any interests owned by the person 
for whom guardianship is sought in an unincorporated 
business. An interest in an incorporated business may be 
shown here or under Securities.) 



Name of Firm 
or Company 


Interest 


Estimated Current 
Value 












TOTAL: 



PLAH: 

Explain your plans regarding the above-noted business 
interests (e.g., maintain, dissolve, sell, etc.) and your 
reasons for these plans: 



OTHER PROPERTY: (Show any other property owned by the 
person for whom guardianship is sought and which is not 
shown above. ) 



Category 


Particulars 


Estimated Current 
Market Value 












TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Explain your plans for the property described above and the 
reasons for these plans: 



LIABILITIES: (Show the debts owed by the person for whom 
guardianship is sought including personal loans, credit card 
balances, outstanding bills, income tax owing, etc.) 



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Description of 
Debt 


Particulars 


Amount of Debt 












TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Explain your plans with respect to these debts and the 
reasons for these plans: 



INCOME: (Show net income from all sources estimated on an 
annual basis.) 



Type of Income 


Particulars 


Approximate Annual 
Amount 


Pension 

Employment 

Interest 

Rental 

Business 

Other 










TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Explain your plans for the collection, deposit and 
allocation of the income described above: 



L. EZPENSCS: (Describe the expenses, calculated on an annual 
basis, which you anticipate will be required to be made on 
behalf of the person for whom guardianship is sought.) 



Expense 


Particulars 


Approximate 
Annual Amount 



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Residential 
Utilities 

Recreational/Entertain- 
ment 
Travel 

Personal Care 
Support for Dependents 
Property Maintenance 
Gifts 
Loans 

Charitable Donations 
Other 




J ' 






TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Explain below: 

(a) Whether any of the payments described above are of 

direct or indirect financial benefit to you, a person 
you live with or to whom you are related. If so, 
please explain why these payments are necessary and 
appropriate: 



(b) Whether any significant increases or decreases in the 
above expenditures are anticipated, or whether any 
additional expenditures are likely. If so, please 
explain: 



(c) Whether the expenditures listed above will adequately 
meet the personal needs and maximize the enjoyment of 
life of the person for whom guardianship is sought: 



(d) If you are planning to make gifts, loans or charitable 
donations, please explain the reasons why you believe 
these expenditures are appropriate: 



(e) If payments to dependents, or for their benefit, are 
required please provide details about the nature of 
these payments and the reasons for them: 

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(f) Are there any expenditures which others have 

recommended which you are not planning to make? If so, 
please explain: 



M. LEGAL PROCEEDINGS : (Identify any current legal proceedings 
relating to property to which he or she is a party including 
any civil or criminal proceedings.) 



Nature of Legal Proceedings 


Status of Proceedings 







PLAN: 

(a) Please explain your plans in respect of these 
proceedings: 



Do you anticipate that legal proceedings may need to be 
commenced or defended on the person's behalf in respect 
of his or her property? If so, please explain: 



(b) What arrangements for legal representation for the 
person have been made or do you propose? 



(c) Are you aware of any existing court orders or 

judgements which are relevant to the management of the 
person's property? If yes, describe or attach copies. 



a 

a 



Yes 

No 



If yes, describe: 



N. 



ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 



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(a) I have consulted with the person for whom guardianship 
is sought in making this plan: (check one) 

a Yes 
a No 



If nO/ please provide reasons: 



(b) I have consulted with the following other people in 
preparing this plan: 



(c) To the best of my knowledge, the person for whom 

guardianship is sought would not object to any aspect 
of this management plan: (check one) 

Yes, would object 
a No, would not object 



If yes, please explain: 



(d) I am aware of my duty to encourage the participation of 
the person for whom guardianship is sought in decisions 
I may make and to consult with supportive family and 
friends and caregivers. My plans to do so are as 
follows: (briefly describe) 



(e) I am aware that I would, as guardian of property, be 
required to make reasonable efforts to determine 
whether the person for whom guardianship is sought has 
a will and, if so, what the provisions of the will are 
and I am entitled to obtain the incapable person's 
will. My plans to do so are as follows: 



(f) I am aware that I am not to dispose of property that I 
know is subject to a specific testamentary gift in the 
will of the person for whom guardianship is sought 
unless the specific testamentary gift is of money or if 
the disposition of that property is necessary to comply 
with my duties as guardian of property or to make a 
gift of the property to the person who would be 
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authorized by section 37 of the Substitute Decisions 
Act, 1992. 

SUBSECTIONS 32 (10) AMD 32 (11) OF THE SUBSTITUTE DECISIONS ACT, 
1992 PROVIOC: 

as. 32 (10) : A GOAROZJUf SHALL ACT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 
MANAGEMENT PLAN. 

as. 32 (11) : IF THERE IS A MANAGEMENT PLAN, IT MAT BE AMENDED 
FROM TIME TO TIME WITH THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN AND 
TRUSTEE'S APPROVAL. 

SUBSECTIONS 89(5) AND 89(6) OF THE SUBSTITUTE DECISIOUrS ACT, 1992 
PROVIDE: 

aa.89(5) : NO PERSON SHALL, IN A STATEMENT MADE IN A PRESCRIBED 
FORM, ASSERT SOMETHING THAT HE OR SHE KNOWS TO BE 
UNTRUE OR PROFESS AN OPINION THAT HE OR SHE DOES NOT 
HOLD. 

aa.89(6) : A PERSON WHO CONTRAVENES SUBSECTION (5) IS GUILTY OF AN 
OFFENCE AND IS LIABLE, ON CONVICTION, TO A FINE NOT 
EXCEEDING $10,000.00. 



Date Signature of proposed Guardian (s) 

of property 



Naiae(s) (please print): 
Address (es): 



Telephone nuiaber(s) :. 



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FORMULE 2 

Remarque: Longue le document est rempli dans le cadre d'une requête en nomination 
d'une tutelle des biens par le tribunal, veuillez insérer le titre et le numéro de dossier de la 
Cour. 

Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 

PLAN DE GESTION 

A. Ce pian de gestion est fourni dans le cadre d'une requête présentée par : 

(nom et prénom du/des requérant(s)) 

pour être nommé à titre de tuteur aux biens de : 

(nom de la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée) 

Au mieux de ma connaissance et de mes croyances, l'actif, le passif, le revenu et les 
dépenses de : 

(nom de la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée) 

à cette date sont tels qu'il est indiqué ci-après. Je propose de les gérer de la façon 
suivante, pour les motifs indiqués : 

Remplir les parties ci-dessous qui concernent les finances de la personne pour laquelle la 
tutelle est demandée. Joindre des feuilles supplémentaires au besoin. Lorsqu'une partie 
ne s'applique pas, inscrire «nul» ou «ne s'applique pas» dans l'espace prévu. 

B BIENS IMMOBILIERS : 



Type de bien(s) et adresse 


Valeur marchande estimative 








TOTAL : 



PLAN : 

Pour chacun des biens ci-dessus, indiquez vos plans (p. ex. les vendre à leur valeur 
marchande, les louer à leur valeur marchande, autre), le délai prévu pour conclure les 
opérations, le cas échéant, et vos motifs : 



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C. EFFETS MOBILIERS GÉNÉRAUX ET VÉHICULES : (Donnez une description 
générale des véhicules, inscrire l'année, le modèle, la marque.) 



Effet 


Détails 


Valeur marchande 
actuelle estimative 


Effets mobiliers généraux 
Véhicules 










TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne ces effets (p. ex. les conserver pour l'usage de la 
personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée, les vendre à leur valeur marchande, les 
remiser, les donner en cadeau, autre) et vos motifs : 



D. OBJETS DE VALEUR (y compris les antiquités, les oeuvres d'art, les pièces de 

collection, les bijoux) : 



Objet 


Détails 


Valeur marchande 
actuelle estimative 












TOTAL: 



PLAN: 

Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne ces articles (p. ex. les vendre à leur valeur 
marchande, les remiser, autre) et vos motifs : 



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E. ÉPARGNES ET RÉGIMES D'ÉPARGNE (y compris l'argent comptant, les avoirs 
dans des institutions financières, les régimes enregistrés d'épargne-retraite ou autres 
régimes d'épargne, les récépissés de dépôt, les régimes de pension etc.) : 


Catégorie 


Institution 


Numéro de compte 


Montant ou valeur 
actuel 
















TOTAL : 



PLAN: 

Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne les épargnes susmentionnées (p. ex. fermer les 
comptes courants et les consolider dans un compte en fiducie, déposer des espèces, 
maintenir les régimes d'épargne, résilier les régimes selon les besoins pour faire face aux 
dépenses courantes, etc.) et vos motifs : 



F. VALEURS MOBILIÈRES ET PLACEMENTS (y compris les obligations, actions, 
bons de souscription, options, debentures, billets et autres valeurs mobilières) : 


Catégorie 


Numéro 


Description 


Valeur marchande 
actuelle estimative 
















TOTAL : 



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PLAN: 

Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne les titres et placements susmentionnés (p. ex. les 
maintenir dans l'état actuel, les renouveler selon les besoins, les convertir, les racheter, 
etc.) et vos motifs : 



G. COMPTES DÉBITEURS (y compris toutes les dettes dues à la personne pour laquelle 
la tutelle est demandée) : 



Détails 


Montant 








TOTAL: 



PLAN : 

Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne le recouvrement des dettes susmentionnées et vos 
motifs : 



H. DROITS DANS UNE ENTREPRISE : (inscrire tout droit détenu par la personne pour 
laquelle la tutelle est demandée dans une entreprise non constituée en personne morale. 
Tout droit dans une entreprise constituée en personne morale peut être inscrit dans ce 
tableau ou dans celui des valeurs mobilières.) 



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Nom de l'entreprise 
ou de la companie 


Droit 


Valeur actuelle estimative 












TOTAL: 



PLAN : 

Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne les droits susmentionnés dans une entreprise 
(p. ex. les maintenir, les dissoudre, les vendre, etc.) et vos motifs : 



l. AUTRES BIENS : (inscrire tout autre bien appartenant à la personne pour laquelle la 
tutelle est demandée et non inscrit ci-dessus). 



Catégorie 


Détails 


Valeur marchande 
actuelle estimative 












TOTAL: 



PLAN : 



Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne les biens susmentionnés et vos motifs 



J. PASSIF : (inscrire les dettes dues par la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée, 
y compris les prêts personnels, les soldes de carie de crédit, les effets en souffrance, 
l'impôt sur le revenu exigible, etc.) 



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Description de la dette 


Détails 


Montant de la dette 












TOTAL: 



PLAN: 



Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne ces dettes et vos motifs 



K. REVENU : (inscrire le revenu net annuel estimatif de toutes sources.) 



Type de revenu 



Détails 



Montant annuel 
approximatif 



Pension 

Emploi 

Intérêts 

Location 

Entreprise 

Autre 



TOTAL 



PLAN: 



Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne la perception, le dépôt et l'affectation du revenu 
susmentionné : 



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L. DÉPENSES : (décrire les dépenses, calculées annuellement, que vous prévoyez devoir 
faire au nom de la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée.) 



Dépense 


Détails 


Montant annuel 
approximatif 


Résidence 

Services publics 

Loisirs 

Voyages 

Soins personnels 

Aliments pour les personnes 

à charge 
Entretien de la propriété 
Cadeaux 
Prêts 

Dons de chanté 
Autre 










TOTAL : 



PLAN : 

Expliquez ci-après : 

a) Les paiements décrits ci-dessus comportent-ils un avantage financier direct ou indirect 
pour vous ou pour une personne qui vit avec vous ou avec laquelle vous avez des lien de 
parenté? Si tel est le cas, expliquez pourquoi ces paiements sont nécessaires et 
appropriés : 



b) 



Une augmentation ou une diminution importante est-elle prévue dans les dépenses 
indiquées ci-dessus ou des dépenses supplémentaires sont-elles probables? Si tel est le 
cas, expliquez : 



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c) Les dépenses susmentionnées répondront-elles, de façon adéquate, aux besoins personnels 
de la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée et accroîtront-elles sa jouissance de 
la vie? : 



d) Si vous envisagez de faire des cadeaux, prêts ou dons de charité, expliquez les motifs qui 
vous font croire que ces dépenses sont appropriées : 



e) Si des paiements à des personnes à charge ou à leur profit sont requis, veuillez donner 
les détails concernant la nature et les raisons de ces paiements : 



f) Y a-t-il des dépenses que d'autres personnes ont recommandées et que vous n'envisagez 
pas défaire? Si tel est le cas, expliquez : 



M. INSTANCES JUDICIAIRES : (énumérer les instances judiciaires en cours qui 

concernent les biens de la personne et auxquelles elle est partie, y compris les instances 
criminelles ou civiles). 



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Nature des instances judiciaires 


États des instances judiciaires 







PLAN: 

a) Expliquez vos plans en ce qui concerne ces instances 



Prévoyez-vous la possibilité qu'il soit nécessaire d'introduire une instance pour le 
compte de la personne à l'égard de ses biens ou de présenter une défense dans une 
telle instance? Si tel est le cas, expliquez : 



b) Quels sont les arrangements qui ont été faits ou que vous proposez en ce qui 
concerne la représentation en justice de la personne? 



c) Êtes-vous au courant de jugements ou ordonnances judiciaires qui concernent la 
gestion des biens de la personne? Dans l'affirmative, veuillez préciser ou joindre 
des copies. 

n Oui 
n Non 

Dans l'afFirmative, veuillez préciser : 



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N RENSEIGNEMENTS SUPPLÉMENTAIRES : 

a) Pai consulté la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée lorsque j'ai préparé ce 
plan : (cochez une case) 

D Oui 
n Non 

Dans la négative, donnez les justifications : 



b) Pai consulté les personnes suivantes pour préparer ce plan : 



c) Au mieux de ma cotmaissance, la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée ne 
s'opposerait à aucun aspect de ce plan de gestion : (cochez une case) 

LJ Oui, elle s'opposerait 

LJ Non, elle ne s'opposerait pas 

Dans l'affirmative, expliquez : 



d) Je sais que je suis obligé d'encourager la participation de la personne pour laquelle la 
tutelle est demandée aux décisions que je pourrais prendre et de consulter les membres de 
la famille, les amis et les personnes qui donnent des soins. Voici mes plans en ce sens : 
(décrire brièvement) 



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e) Je suis conscient du fait qu'en ma capacité de tuteur aux biens, je serais tenu de faire des 
efforts raisonnables pour déterminer si la personne pour qui la tutelle est demandée a un 
testament et, le cas échéant, quelles sont les dispositions du testament, et que j'ai le droit 
d'obtenir le testament de l'incapable. Voici mes plans en ce sens : 



Je suis conscient du fait que je ne dois pas aliéner les biens dont je sais qu'ils font l'objet- 
d'une donation testamentaire particulière dans le testament de la personne pour laquelle la 
tutelle est demandée à moins que la donation testamentaire particulière ne soit de l'argent 
ou si l'aliénation de ces biens est nécessaire pour m'acquitter de mes obligations en tant 
que tuteur aux biens ou pour faire don des biens à la personne qui y aurait droit en vertu 
du testament, si l'article 37 de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 
autorise ce don. 



LES PARAGRAPHES 32 (10) ET (11) DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 
DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI PORTENT QUE : 

Par. 32 (10) : LE TUTEUR AGIT CONFORMÉMENT AU PLAN DE 

GESTION. 

Par. 32 (11) : S'IL Y A UN PLAN DE GESTION, IL PEUT ÊTRE MODIFIÉ 

À L'OCCASION, AVEC L'APPROBATION DU TUTEUR ET 
CURATEUR PUBLIC. 

LES PARAGRAPHES 89 (S) ET (6) DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 
DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI PORTENT QUE : 

Par. 89 (5) : NUL NE DOIT, DANS UNE DÉCLARATION FAITE SELON UNE 

FORMULE PRESCRITE, AFFIRMER QUELQUE CHOSE QU'IL 
SAIT ÊTRE FAUX NI PROFESSER UNE OPINION QUI N'EST 

PAS LA SIENNE. 



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Par. 89 (6) : QUICONQUE CONTREVIENT AU PARAGRAPHE (5) EST 

COUPABLE D'UNE INFRACTION ET PASSIBLE, SUR 
DÉCLARATION DE CULPABILITÉ, D'UNE AMENDE D'AU 
PLUS 10 000 S. 



Date Signature du (des) tuteur(s) aux biens proposé(s) 
Nom(s) (En caractères d'imprimerie) : 



Adresse(s) ; 



Numéro(s) de 
téléphone : 



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FORM 3 

Nota: TThmrm this docvmmnt ia complstod as part of an M^pllcmtion 

for court mppointmd gvuirdlansbip of tha parson, plamsa insart 

ganarsl basidinff Mxid court fila auabar. 

Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 
GOARDZMiSHZP PLAN 
(Attach additional pages if more space is needed) 
SECTZCXI I - Identifying Information: 
A. This plan is for: 

Name (in full) : 



(Referred to throughout this guardianship plan as 
'the person' ) 



Address : 

Telephone number: Residence 

Business 
Date of Birth: 



B. (1) As the proposed guardian of the person [or attorney for 
personal care] for 

, I have 

consulted with the following persons in preparation of 
this guardianship plan: 

a the person identified in A. 

D family members of the person 

a friends of the person 

□ care providers to the person 

D the person's guardian of property (attorney under 
a continuing power of attorney] 

a others (please specify relationship) : 

SECTION II - Areas where personal care decision making 

authority is sought: 



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A. 



B. 



I am seeking personal care decision making authority in the 
following areas: (mark applicable boxes) 

Health Care 

(Including decisions to which the Health Care Consent 

Act, 1996 applies) 

Nutrition 



a 
a 
a 
a 





Shelter/Accommodation 

Clothing 

Hygiene 

Safety 



Powers Requiring Specific Court Authorization (this section 
is only to be completed by applicants for court -appointed 
guardianship of the person) : 

1. I am asking the court for an order authorizing me to 
apprehend the person [Section 59 (3)]. 



D Yes 



a No 



2. I am asking the court for an order authorizing me to 
change existing arrangements in respect of custody of 
or access to a child, or to give consent on the 
person's behalf to the adoption of a child [Section 59 
(4)]. 



Yes 



No 



3. a) I am asking the court for an order permitting me 
to exercise other powers or perform other duties 
in addition to those set out in the Substitute 
Decisions Act, 1992 [Section 59 (2) (g) ] . 



a Yes 



No 



b) If the answer to 3a is yes, please identify the 
other powers and duties: 



C. Notice Regarding Extraordinary Matters: 

The law limits or restricts a guardian's authority to make 
decisions in the following areas relating to personal care: 

St«rilisation 

The law prohibits a substitute decision maker from 
consenting to non-therapeutic sterilization of a person who 
is mentally incapable of such a decision. Any proposal to 

consent on behalf of the person to his or her sterilizatinn 

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as medically necessary for the protection of the person' s 
health must be consistent with the law and should appear in 
the Guardianship Plan or be the subject of an amendment to 
the Guardianship Plan prior to consent being given. 

Ragttnoratlva Tissus Donation 

The law restricts the authority of a substitute decision 
maker regarding decisions to permit regenerative tissue 
donations by a person who is mentally incapable of such a 
decision. Any proposal to authorize the removal of 
regenerative tissue for implantation in another person's 
body must be consistent with the law and should appear in 
the Guardianship Plan or be the subject of an amendment to 
the Guardianship Plan prior to permission being given. 

SECTION IZZ - The plan for personal decision making: 

(Piease complete only those sections where decision making 
authority is sought, and please attach any additional relevant 
documentation. ) 

HEALTH CABE (IMCLUDIM6 TBEATMEHT) , NUTRITION AND HYGIENE 

Background: 

(a) Describe the current status of the health, nutrition and 

hygiene of the person, including all Icnown health conditions 
for which treatment is being received or is proposed: 



b) Describe any wishes or instructions made by the person while 
capable that are known by you and that relate to his/her 
preferences about health care, treatment, nutrition and 
hygiene and attach a copy of any written wishes or 
instructions (e.g., a written advance directive, power of 
attorney for personal care, living will, etc.). 



Plan: 

(c) Describe the long-term goals (2-6 years) for decisions under 
this heading: 



(d) Describe the steps you propose to take (within the next 12 
months) to achieve the goals under this heading: 

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(e) Briefly describe your reasons for these plans: 



SHELTER/LIVING ABIUUI6EMEMTS AHD SAFETY 

Background: 

(a) Describe the current status of the person's living 

arrangements/ including any factors relating to safety: 



(b) Describe any known wishes or instructions made by the person 
while capable that relate to his or her preferences about 
living arrangements and safety issues and attach a copy of 
any written wishes or instructions: 



Plan: 

(c) Describe the long term goals (2-6 years) for decisions under 
this heading: 



(d) Describe the steps you propose to take (within the next 12 
months) to achieve the goals under this heading: 



(e) Briefly describe your reasons for these plans: 

LEGAL PROCEEDINGS 

Background: 

(a) Describe the current status of any existing or anticipated 
legal proceedings relating to this person, (including 

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divorce, custody^ access / adoption, restraining orders, 
criminal matters, landlord and tenant matters) : 



(b) Describe any known wishes or instructions made by the person 
while capable that relate to his or her preferences about 
existing or anticipated legal proceedings and attach a copy 
of any written wishes or instructions: 

V « 



(c) If legal proceedings are in progress, describe arrangements 
for legal representation of the person, if known: 



(d) Where there is a guardian of property or attorney under a 
continuing power of attorney, is he or she aware of the 
existing or anticipated legal proceedings described in (a)? 
If so, please describe his or her involvement: 



(e) Are you aware of any existing court orders or judgements 
against the person? If yes, describe or attach copies: 



(f) Is the person on probation or are there pending criminal 

proceedings in which the person is involved? If so, please 
provide details: 



Plan: 

(g) Describe the long-term goals (2-6 years) for decisions under 
this heading: 



(h) Briefly describe your reasons for these plans: 



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EMPLOTMEMT, EDUCATION, AMD TRAZMZN6 

Background: 

(a) Is the person employed, or involved in any educational or 
training programs? If so, please describe current status: 



(b) Describe any known wishes or instructions made by the person 
while capable that relate to his or her preferences about 
participation in employment, education or training programs: 



Plan: 

(c) Describe the long term goals (2-6 years) for decisions under 
this heading: 



(d) Describe the steps you propose to take (within the next 12 
months) to achieve the goals under this heading: 



(e) Briefly describe your reasons for these plans: 

RECREATIONAL, SOCIAL, AMD COLTORAL ACTIVITIES 

Background: 

(a) Describe the activities that the person is involved in (or 
significant activities that the person was involved in) , 
including hobbies, clubs, affiliations, volunteering: 



(b) Describe any known wishes or instructions made by the persor 
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participation in recreational, social and cultural 
activities: 



Plan: 

(c) Describe the long-term goals (2-6 years) for decisions under 
this heading: 



(d) Describe the steps you propose to take (within the next 12 
months) to achieve the goals under this heading: 



(e) Briefly describe your reasons for these plans; 



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SOCIAL AND SUPPORT SEBYICES 

Background: 

(a) Describe social and support services received by the person 
within the past year, including any services currently 
received: 



(b) Describe any known wishes or instructions made by the person 
while capable that relate to his or her preferences about 
receipt of social and support services: 



Plan: 

(c) Describe the long term goals (2-6 years) for decisions under 
this heading: 



(d) Describe the steps you propose to take (within the next 12 
months) to achieve the goals under this heading: 



(e) Briefly describe your reasons for these plans: 



SECTZGII IV - Additional Information: 

(a) I have consulted with the person for whom guardianship 
is sought in making this plan: (check one) 

a Yes 

Q No 



If no, please provide reasons; 



(b) I have consulted with the following other people in 
preparing this plan: {please provide full names. 



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addresses, telephone numbers and relationship to the 
person, of the people you consulted with) 



(c) If consultation did not occur with any of the persons 
identified in Section I - B (1) above, provide reasons 
why: 



(d) To the best of my knowledge, the person for whom 

guardianship is sought would not object to any aspect 
of this guardianship plan: (check one) 

a Yes, would object 
a No, would not object 



If yes, please explain: 



(e) I am aware of my duty as a guardian of the person to 
foster the person' s independence, to encourage the 
person' s participation in decisions I make on his or 
her behalf, and to consult with supportive family and 
friends and caregivers. My plans to do so are as 
follows: [briefly describe) 



SUBSECTIONS 66 (15) AMD 66 (16) OF TEE SUBSTXT17TE7 DECISIOtTS ACT, 
1992 PROVIDE: 

as. 65 (15) : A GOABDIAM SHALL ACT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE 
GUARDIANSHIP PLAN. 

ss.66(16) : IF THERE IS A GUARDIANSHIP PLAN, IT MAT BE AMENDED 
FROM TIME TO TIME WITH THE PUBLIC GUARDIAN AND 
TRUSTEE'S APPROVAL. 



SECTION 67 OF THE SUBSTITUTE DECISIOITS ACT, 1992 PROVIDES: 

S.67: SECTION 66, EXCEPT SUBSECTIONS 66(15) AND (16), APPLIES 
WITH NECESSARY MODIFICATIONS TO AN ATTORNEY WHO ACTS 
UNDER A POWER OF ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL CARE. 



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SUBSECTIONS 89 (5) AMD 89 (6) OF THE SUBSTITUTE LCCISiauS ACT, 
1992 PROVZOI: 

•s.89(5) : MO PERSOM SHALL, IM A STATEMEMT MADE IM A PRESCRIBED 
FORM, ASSERT S0HETHIM6 THAT HE OR SHE KNOWS TO BE 
OMTROB OR PROFESS AM OPINION THAT HE OR SHE DOES MOT 
HOLD. 

SS.89(6) : A PERSON WHO CONTRAVENES SUBSECTION (5) IS GUILTY OF AN 
OFFENCE AMD IS LIABLE, ON CONVICTION, TO A FINE NOT 
EXCEEDING $10,000.00. 



Date 



Signature of proposed Guardian (s)/ 
Attorney (s) for Personal Care 



Name ( s ) : 



Address (es) : 



Telephone number (s): 



Residence: 
Business: 



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FORMULE 3 

Remarque : Lorsque ce document est rempli dans le cadre d'une requite en nomination 
d'une tutelle à la personne par le tribunal, insérez le titre et le numéro du dossier de la 
Cour. 

Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 

PLAN DE TUTELLE 

(Joindre des feuilles supplémentaires au besoin) 

SECTION I - Renseignements identificateurs : 
A. Ce plan vise : 

Nom et prénoms : 

(désignée dans le plan de tutelle comme «la personne») 

Adresse : __^ ^ 



Numéro de téléphone : Domicile Bureau 

Date de naissance : 



B. (1) En tant que tuteur proposé à la personne [ou procureur au soin de la personne] 

pour , j'ai consulté les personnes suivantes pour 

préparer ce plan de tutelle : 



D la personne nommée en A 

D les membres de la famille de la personne 

D les amis de la persoime 

D les personnes qui donnent des soins à la persoime 



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D le tuteur aux biens de la personne [procureur constitué en vertu d'une 
procuration perpétuelle] 

D autres (prière de préciser les liens) : 



SECTION II - Domaines dans lesquels un pouvoir de prendre des décisions en matière de 
soin de la personne est demandé : 

A. Je demande le pouvoir de prendre des décisions en matière de soin de la personne 
dans les domaines suivants ; (cochez les cases qui s'appliquent) 

LJ Soins de santé 

(y compris les décisions auxquelles s'applique la Loi de 1996 sur le 
consentement aux soins de santé) 

LJ Alimentation 

LU Logement/protection 

Lj Habillemmt 

LJ Hygiène 

D Sécurité 



B. Pouvoirs exigeant une autorisation particulière du tribunal (cette section ne doit être 

remplie que par les requérants qui demandent la nomination d'un tuteur à la personne 
par le tribunal) : 

1. Je demande au tribunal de prononcer une ordonnance m'autorisant à 
appréhender la personne [paragraphe 59 (3)]. 



D Ou, n 



Non 



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2. Je demande au tribunal une ordonnance qui m'autorise à modifier les 

dispositions existantes concernant la garde d'un enfant ou un droit de visite, ou 
à donner, au nom de la personne, son consentement à l'adoption d'un enfant 
[paragraphe 59 (4)]. 



n Ou. n 



Non 



3. a) Je demande au tribunal une ordonnance qui me permet d'exercer d'autres 
pouvoirs et de m'acquitter d'autres obligations qui ne sont pas prévues 
par la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui [alinéa 59 
(2) g)]. 

[J Oui O Non 

b) Si la réponse à la question 3 a) est affirmative, identifiez les autres 
pouvoirs et obligations : 



C. Avis en ce qui concerne les questions extraordinaires : 

La loi limite ou restreint le pouvoir d'un tuteur de prendre des décisions dans les 
domaines suivants relatifs au soin de la personne : 

Stérilisation 

La loi interdit au décideur au nom d'autrui de consentir à la stérilisation non 
thérapeutique d'un incapable mental qui ne peut prendre une telle décision. Toute 
proposition visant à consentir au nom de la personne à sa stérilisation comme étant 
nécessaire sur le plan médical pour protéger sa santé doit être conforme à la loi et 
figurer dans le plan de tutelle ou faire l'objet d'une modification du plan de tutelle 
avant que le consentement ne soit donné. 



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Don de tissu récénérateur 

La loi restreint le pouvoir d'un décideur au nom d'autrui en ce qui concerne les 
décisions visant à permettre les dons de tissu régénérateur par un inc^able mental qui 
ne peut prendre une telle décision. Toute proposition en vue d'autoriser le prélèvement 
de tissu régénérateur pour implantation dans le corps d'une autre personne doit être 
conforme à la loi et figurer dans le plan de tutelle ou faire l'objet d'une modification 
du plan de tutelle avant que la permission ne soit accordée. 

SECTION III • Le plan pour la prise de décisions personnelles : 

(Prière de ne remplir que les sections qui concernent une demande de pouvoirs de prise de 
décisions et joindre toute la documentation pertinente supplémentaire.) 

SOINS DE SANTÉ (Y COMPRIS LE TRAITEMENT), L'ALIMENTATION ET 
L'HYGIÈNE 



Contexte : 

a) Décrire l'état de santé, l'alimentation et l'hygiène de la personne, y compris toutes les 
conditions médicales connues pour lesquelles un traitement est reçu ou proposé : 



b) Décrire les désirs exprimés ou les instructions données par la personne lorsqu'elle était 
capable, que vous connaissez et qui ont trait à des préférences en matière de soins de 
santé, de traitement, d'alimentation et d'hygiène, et joindre une copie de tout désir ou 
instruction par écrit (p. ex. une directive rédigée à l'avance, une procuration relative au 
soin de la personne, un testament biologique, etc.). 



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Plan: 

c) Décrire les objectifs à long terme (2 à 6 ans) pour les décisions dans cette rubrique : 



d) Décrire les mesures proposées (pour les 12 prochains mois) pour atteindre les objectifs 
dans cette rubrique : 



e) Décrire brièvement les motifs 



HÉBERGEMENT ET SÉCURITÉ 

Contexte : 

a) Décrire les conditions actuelles d'hébergement de la personne, y compris tous les 
facteurs visant sa sécurité : 



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b) Décrire les désirs exprimés ou les instructions données par la personne lorsqu'elle était 
capable, que vous connaissez et qui ont trait à des préférences en matière 
d'hébergement et de sécurité et joindre une copie de tout désir ou instruction par écrit : 



Plan : 

c) Décrire les objectifs à long terme (2 à 6 ans) pour les décisions dans cette rubrique 



d) Décrire les mesures proposées (pour les 12 prochains mois) pour atteindre les objectifs 
dans cette rubrique : 



e) Décrire brièvement les motifs 



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INSTANCES JUDICIAIRES 

Contexte : 

a) Décrire l'état actuel de toute instance judiciaire en cours ou prévue en ce qui concerne 
cette persoime (notamment le divorce, la garde, le droit de visite, l'adoption, les 
ordonnances de ne pas faire, les affaires pénales et les affaires de location 
immobilière) : 



b) Décrire les désirs exprimés ou les instructions doimées par la personne lorsqu'elle était 
capable, que vous connaissez et qui ont trait à des préférences quant à l'instance 
judiciaire en cours ou envisagée, et joindre une copie écrite, le cas échéant, de ces 
désirs ou instructions : 



c) Si des instances judiciaires sont en cours, décrire les dispositions pour la représentation 
de la personne par un avocat, si elles sont connues : 



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d) Lorsqu'il existe un tuteur aux biens ou un procureur constitué en vertu d'une 

procuration perpétuelle, celui-ci est-il au courant de l'instance judiciaire en cours ou 
envisagée décrite en a)? Si tel est le cas, dire à quel titre il est concerné : 



e) Êtes-vous au courant d'ordonnances ou jugements du tribunal rendus ou prononcés 
contre la personne? Dans l'affirmative, les décrire ou joindre des copies : 



La personne est-elle en probation ou y a-t-il des instances criminelles en cours dans 
lesquelles elle est impliquée? Si tel est le cas, veuillez fournir des détails . 



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Plan: 

g) Décrire les objectifs à long terme (2 à 6 ans) pour les décisions dans cette rubrique 



h) Décrire brièvement les motifs 



EMPLOI, ÉDUCATION ET FORMATION 

Contexte : 

a) La personne a-t-elle un emploi, ou participe-t-elle à des programmes d'éducation ou de 
formation? Si tel est le cas, décrire l'état actuel : 



b) Décrire les désirs exprimés ou les instructions données par la personne lorsqu'elle était 
capable, que vous connaissez et qui ont trait à des préférences en matière de 
participation à un emploi ou à un programme d'éducation ou de formation : 



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Plan : 

c) Décrire les objectifs à long terme (2 à 6 ans) pour les décisions dans cette rubrique 



d) Décrire les mesures proposées (pour les 12 prochains mois) pour atteindre les objectifs 
dans cette rubrique : 



e) Décrire brièvement les motifs 



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LOISmS ET ACTIVITÉS SOCULES ET CULTURELLES 

Contexte : 

a) Décrire les activités auxquelles la personne participe (ou les activités importantes 
auxquelles elle participait), y compris les passe-temps, les cercles, les groupes, le 
bénévolat : 



b) Décrire les désirs exprimés ou les instructions données par la personne lorsqu'elle était' 
capable, que vous connaissez et qui ont trait à des préférences en matière de 
participation aux loisirs et aux activités sociales et culturelles : 



Pian : 

c) Décrire les objectifs à long terme (2 à 6 ans) pour les décisions dans cette rubrique 



I 



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d) Décrire les mesures proposées (pour les 12 prochains mois) pour atteindre les objectifs 
dans cette rubrique : 



e) Décrire brièvement les motifs : 



SERVICES SOCIAUX ET D'APPOINT 

Contexte : 

a) Décrire les services sociaux et d'appoint reçus par la personne au cours de l'année 
écoulée, y compris tous les services qu'elle reçoit actuellement : 



b) Décrire les désirs exprimés ou les instructions données par la personne lorsqu'elle était 
capable, que vous connaissez et qui ont trait à des préférences quant aux services 
sociaux et d'appoint à recevoir : 



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Plan: 

c) Décrire les objectifs à long terme (2 à 6 ans) pour les décisions dans cette rubrique : 



d) Décrire les mesures proposées (pour les 12 prochains mois) pour atteindre les objectifs 
dans cette rubrique : 



e) Décrire brièvement les motifs : 



SECTION IV - Renseignements supplémentaires : 

a) Jai consulté la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée lorsque j'ai préparé ce 
plan : (cochez une case) 



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D Oui 
n Non 



Dans la négative, veuillez donner vos motifs : 



b) Jai également consulté les personnes suivantes pour préparer ce plan : (veuillez 

indiquer les nom et prénoms, adresse, numéro de téléphone et liens avec la personne 
des personnes que vous avez consultées) 



c) Si vous n'avez pas consulté les personnes mentionnées à la Section I - B (1) ci-dessus, 
donnez vos motifs : 



d) Au mieux de ma connaissance, la personne pour laquelle la tutelle est demandée ne 
s'opposerait à aucun aspect de ce plan de tutelle : (cochez une case) 

D Oui, elle s'opposerait 

D Non, elle ne s'opposerait pas 



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Dans l'affirmative, veuillez expliquer : 



e) En tant que tuteur à la personne, je sais que j'ai le devoir de favoriser l'indépendance 
de la personne et de l'encourager à participer aux décisions que je prends en son nom 
et de consulter les membres de la famille et les amis qui la soutiennent ainsi que les 
fournisseurs de soins. Voici mes plans en ce sens (décrire brièvement) : 



LES PARAGRAPHES 66 (15) ET (16) DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 
DÉCISIONS AU NOMD'AUTRUI PORTENT QUE : 

Par. 66 (15) : LE TUTEUR AGIT CONFORMÉMENT AU PLAN DE TUTELLE. 

Pmr. 66 (16) : S'IL Y A UN PLAN DE TUTELLE, IL PEUT ÊTRE MODIFIÉ À 

L'OCCASION AVEC L'APPROBATION DU TUTEUR ET 
CURATEUR PUBLIC. 

L'ARTICLE 67 DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE DÉŒSIONS AU NOM 
D'AUTRUI PORTE QUE : 

Art. 67 : L'ARTICLE 66, À L'EXCEPTION DES PARAGRAPHES 66 (15) 

ET (16), S'APPLIQUE, AVEC LES ADAPTATIONS 
NÉCESSAIRES, AU PROCUREUR AGISSANT EN VERTU 
D'UNE PROCURATION RELATIVE AU SOIN DE LA 
PERSONNE. 

LES PARAGRAPHES 89 (5) ET (6) DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 
DÉaSIONS AU NOMD'AUTRUI PORTENT QUE : 



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Par. 89 (S) 



NUL NE DOIT, DANS UNE DÉCLARATION FAITE SELON UNE 
FORMULE PRESCRITE, AFFIRMER QUELQUE CHOSE QU'IL 
SAIT ÊTRE FAUX NI PROFESSER UNE OPINION QUI N'EST 
PAS LA SIENNE. 



Par. 89 (6) 



QUICONQUE CONTREVIENT AU PARAGRAPHE (5) EST 
COUPABLE D'UNE INFRACTION ET PASSIBLE, SUR 
DÉCLARATION DE CULPABILITÉ, D'UNE AMENDE D'AU 
PLUS 10 000 S. 



Date 



Signature du(des) tuteur(s)/procureur(s) proposé(s) au soin de la 
personne 



Nom(s) : 



Adresse(s) 



Numéro(s) de téléphone : Domicile 



Bureau 



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Form 4 

Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 

REQOEST FOR ASSESSMENT OF CAPACZTT 
OMDER StIBSECTIOH 16 (1) OF THE ACT 



1. I, , of the ■ in 

riûmnsBj liiiy, imi, «e.i 

the request that an assessor perform 
an assessment of for the purpose of 

Itull naM AI p4riân là M <ii«si*d) 

determining whether the Public Guardian and Trustee should become 
my/his/her statutory guardian of property. 

Items 2, 3 and 4 are to be completed only if the request is 
made in respect of another person. 

2. I have reason to believe that 

lEuu ntA* or parson co d« aascssadi 

of the may be incapable of managing 

(county, municipaiicyi 

property. 



3. I have made reasonable inquiries and I have no knowledge 
of the existence of any attorney under a continuing power of 
attorney that gives the attorney authority over all the property 

of . 

tiuii naaa oc parson co o« «jaassaai 

4 . I have made reasonable inquiries and I have no Icnowledge 
of any spouse, partner or relative of ,,,,„ i .,.,.. 

who intends to "make an application under section 22 of the 
Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 for the appointment of a guardian 
of property for him or her. 



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SUBSECTIONS 89 (5) AMD (6) OF TBS SUBSTITUTE DECISICXTS ACT, 1992 
PRQVXDB: 

as. 89 (5) : MO PERSON SHALL, IM A STATEMENT MADE IN A PRESCRIBED 
iX>RM, ASSERT SOMETHING THAT HE OR SHE KNOWS TO BE 
UNTROB OR PROFESS AM OPINION THAT HE OR SHE DOES MOT 
HOLD. 

SS.89(6) : A PERSON WHO CONTRAVENES SUBSECTION (5) IS GUILTY OF AN 
OFFENCE AND IS LIABLE, ON CONVICTION, TO A FINE NOT 
EXCEEDING $10,000. 



Dated , 19 . 

(Signature of person making the request) 
Name 



Address 



Phone Number (include area code) 

TO: 

(name of assessor) 



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Formule 4 

Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 

DEMANDE D'ÉVALUATION DE LA CAPACITÉ 
PRÉSENTÉE EN VERTU DU PARAGRAPHE 16 (1) DE LA LOI 



1. Je soussigné(e), , de 

(nos et |iràioiB(>)) 

dans le/la demande qu'un évaluateur 



(rille. lootité. etc.) (eoaté, municipiiiU) 

évalue en vue de 

(nom «t pranoa(i) de Im penonna è érthiet) 

déterminer si le Tuteur et curateur public devrait devenir mon/son tuteur légal aux biens. 

Les numéros 2, 3 et 4 ne sont à remplir que si la demande est présentée à l'égard d'une 
autre personne. 

2. Tai des motifs de croire que 



(non et piénoa(t) de la pctionm è évaluer) 

du/de la est peut-être incapable de gérer ses biens. 

(coati, ■unieipaliié) 

3. Je n'ai pas connaissance, après avoir effectué des recherches raisonnables, qu'il 
existe un procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration perpétuelle qui confère au procureur 
un pouvoir sur tous les biens do 

(non et prinoia(a) de la penonna i évaluer) 

4. Je n'ai pas connaissance, après avoir effectué des recherches raisonnables, que le 
conjoint, le partenaire ou un parent de a 

(nom et prénom(s) de la pcnonne i évaluer) 

l'intention de présenter, en vertu de l'article 22 de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au 
nom d'autrui, une requête en nomination d'un tuteur aux biens à l'égard de cette personne. 



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LES PARAGRAPHES 89 (5) ET (6) DE LA LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 
DÉCISIONS AU NOM D'AUTRUI PRÉVOIENT CE QUI SUIT : 

Par. 89 (5) : NUL NE DOIT, DANS UNE DÉCLARATION FAITE SELON UNE 

FORMULE PRESCRITE, AFFIRMER QUELQUE CHOSE QU'IL SAIT 
ÊTRE FAUX NI PROFESSER UNE OPINION QUI N'EST PAS LA 
SIENNE. 

Par. 89 (6) : QUICONQUE CONTREVIENT AU PARAGRAPHE (5) EST COUPABLE 
D'UNE INFRACTION ET PASSIBLE, SUR DÉCLARATION DE 
CULPABILITÉ, D'UNE AMENDE D'AU PLUS 10 000 $. 

Fait le 19 . 



(Sifnttun de l'iuicui d« I* demande) 

Nom 



Adresse 



Numéro de téléphone 



(y compru le code région*!) 

Destinataire : 

(noa de rértluateut) 



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Foxm 5 

Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 

STATEMENT REQUIRED UNDER PARAGRAPH 1 
OF SECTION 50(1) OF THE ACT 



1 . I, , am the grantor of a power of attorney for personal 

care 

(inaeit full name) 

signed on the day of , 19 that 

contains one or more of the provisions described in subsection S0(2) of the Substitute 
Decisions Act, 1992 ("SDA"). 

2. I understand that by including one or more of these provisions I am: 
(i) waiving rights that I would otherwise have by law; and 

(ii) giving to my designated attorney for personal care powers that he or she would 
not otherwise have. 

3. I understand the effect of the provision(s) that I have chosen to include in my power 
of attorney for personal care. 

4. I understand the effect of subsection 50(4) of the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 that 
provides that I cannot revoke this power of attorney for personal care unless I obtain 
an assessment from an assessor within 30 days before the revocation is signed 
confirming that I am capable of personal care. 

5. I am aware that I cannot be forced to include any of the provisions described in 
subsection 50(2) of the SDA in my power of attorney for personal care. I am also 
aware that these provisions will not be effective unless an assessor makes a statement 
in the prescribed form indicating that he/she performed an assessment of my capacity 
widiin 30 days after the power of attorney was executed and dial, in die assessor's 
opinion, at the time of the assessment I was: 

capable of personal care; 

capable of understanding the effect of the provision(s) included in my power of 

attorney; 

capable of understanding the effect of subsection 50(4) of the SDA. 

6. I have signed the power of attorney for personal care and this statement of my own 
free will. 



Name of grantor (please print) 



Signature of grantor 



Date 

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, Formule 5 

Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 

DÉCLARATION REQUISE AUX TERMES DE LA DISPOSITION 1 
DU PARAGRAPHE 50 (1) DE LA LOI 



1. Je soussigné(e), , suis le mandant d'une procuration relative 

(noB It prénom) 

au soin de la personne signée le 19 qui contient une ou plusieurs 

des dispositions décrites au paragraphe 50 (2) de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de 
décisions au nom d'autrui. 

2. Je comprend qu'en incluant une ou plusieurs de ces dispositions : 

(i) d'ime part, je renonce aux droits qui me sont accordés par ailleurs par la loi. 
(ii) d'autre part, je donne à mon procureur au soin de la personne désigné les 
pouvoirs qui autrement ne lui seraient pas accordés. 

3. Je comprends les conséquences de la (des) disposition(s) que j'ai choisi d'inclure dans 
ma procuration relative au soin de la personne. 

4. Je comprends les conséquences du paragraphe 50 (4) de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de 
décisions au nom d'autrui selon lequel je ne peux révoquer cette procuration relative 
au soin de la personne que si, dans les 30 jours précédant la passation de la 
révocation, un évaluateur confirme que je suis capable de prendre soin de ma 
personne. 

5. Je suis conscient du fait que je ne peux être forcé à inclure l'une quelconque des 
dispositions décrites au paragraphe 50 (2) de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions 
au nom d'autrui dans ma procuration relative au soin de la personne. Je suis aussi 
conscient du fait que ces dispositions ne prendront effet que si un évaluateur rédige 
une déclaration selon la formule prescrite indiquant qu'il a évalué ma capacité dans les 
30 jours qui ont suivi la passation de la procuration et que, de l'avis de l'évaluateur, 
j'étais, au moment de l'évaluation : 

capable de prendre soin de ma personne; 

capable de comprendre les conséquences de la ou des dispositions comprises 

dans ma procuration; 

capable de comprendre les conséquences du paragraphe 50 (4) de la Loi de 

1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui. 



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6. Tai signé la procuration relative au soin de la personne et la présente déclaration de 
mon propre et plein gré. 



Nom du mandant (en caractères d'imprimerie) 



Signature du mandant 
Date 



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Form 7 

Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 



OMTARZO COURT 
(GENERAL DIVISION) 



BETWEEN: 



(naiM) 

- and - 

(nana) 



(Court file No.) 



^>plicant 



Raapondant 



OPTIONAL STATEMENT TO TERMINATE GUARDIANSHIP OF THE PERSON (undar 
subsaction 71(2) of tha Substituts Dacislons Act, 1992) 

I, (full name), of the (city/ town, etc.) in the (county, 
regional municipality, etc.) state that: 

1. I know the person under guardianship, (full name of person). 

2., I have been in personal contact with (full name of person 
under guardianship) during the twelve months before the motion to 
terminate the guardianship was filed. 

3. (If desired, set out additional statements in support of the 
motion.) 

SUBSECTIONS 89(5) AND (6) OF THE SUBSTITUTE DEX:iSIŒfS ACT, 1992 

ss.89(5) : NO PERSON SHALL, IN A STATEMENT MADE IN A PRESCRIBED 
FORM, ASSERT SOMETHING THAT HE OR SHE KNOWS TO BE 
UNTRUE OR PROFESS AN OPINION THAT HE OR SHE DOES NOT 
HOLD. 

sa. 89 (6): A PERSON WHO CONTRAVENES SUBSECTION (5) IS GUILTT OF AN 
OFFENCE AND IS LIABLE, OM CONVICTION, TO A FINE NOT 
EXCEEDING $10.000.00. 



Dated the day of , 19. 



(Signature) 



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Formule 7 

Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui 

(N° de dossier de la Cour) 

COUR DE L'ONTARIO 
(DIVISION GÉNÉRALE) 
ENTRE : 

(nom) Requérant 

- et- 

(nom) Intimé 

DÉCLARATION FACULTATIVE VISANT À METTRE FIN À UNE TUTELLE DE LA 
PERSONNE (aux termes du paragraphe 71 (2) de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de décisions ait 
nom d'autrui) 

Je soussigné(e), (nom et prénom(s)), de la (ville, localité, etc.), dans le/la (comté, municipalité 
régionale, etc.), déclare ce qui suit : 

1. Je connais la personne en tutelle (nom et prénom(s) de la personne). 

2. Jai été personnellement en contact avec (nom et prénom(s) de la personne en tutelle) au 
cours des 12 mois qui ont précédé le dépôt de la motion visant i mettre fm à la tutelle. 

3. (Si vous le souhaitez, indiquez les déclarations supplémentaires à l'appui de la motion.) 

LES PARAGRAPHES 89 (S) ET (6) DE LÀ LOI DE 1992 SDR LA PRISE DE 
DÉCISICNS AU NOt D'AUTRUI PRÉVOIENT CE QUI SUIT : 

par. 89 (5) : NUL NE DOIT, DAMS UNE DÉCLARATION FAITE SELON UNE 

FORMULE PRESCRITE, AFFIRMER QUELQUE CHOSE QU'IL SAIT 
ÊTRE FAUX NI PROFESSER UNE OPINION QUI N'EST PAS LA 
SIENNE. 

par. 89 (6) : QUICONQUE CONTREVIENT AU PARAGRAPHE (5) EST COUPABLE 

D'UNE INFRACTION ET PASSIBLE, SUR DÉCLARATION DE 
CULPABILITÉ, D'UNE AMENDE D'AU PLUS 10 000 $. 



Fait le 19 

(Signature) 



3. The Regulation Is amended by adding the foUowlng Forms: 3. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction des formules 

suivantes: 

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StatMMnt of • Parson who is not an Assessor nndor soction 72 of 
tho Substltutm Dmciaions Act, 1992 

APPOIMTMEMT OF GOAKDIAN OF PROPERTY BY StAMARY DISPOSITION 

I, (full name), of the (city, town, etc.), in the (county, 
regional municipality, etc.) state that: 

1. I icnow (full name of person alleged to be incapable) . 

2. I have been in personal contact with (full name of person 
alleged to be incapable) during the twelve months before the 
notice of application was issued. 

3. The notice of application was issued on (day, month, year) . 

4. I am of the opinion that (full name of person alleged to be 
incapable) is incapable of managing property. 

5. I base my opinion on the following: (Set out the statements 
of fact in consecutively numbered paragraphs, with each paragraph 
being confined as far as possible to a particular statement of 
fact. Give dates wherever possible.) 

6. I can expect no direct or indirect pecuniary benefit as the 
result of the appointment of a guardian of property. 

7. (Cross out if not applicable) I am of the opinion that it 
is necessary for decisions to be made on behalf of (full name of 
person alleged to be incapable) by a person who is authorized to 
do so, and I base this opinion on the following: (Set out the 
statements of fact in consecutively numbered paragraphs, with 
each paragraph being confined as far as possible to a particular 
statement of fact. Give dates wherever possible.) 



Dated the day of , 19, 



(Signature) 



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Déclaration da la porsonno qui n'«st pas un àvaluateur prôvua par 
I'articla 72 dtt la Loi da 1992 sur la prise da décisions au nom 
d 'autrui. 

NOMINATION D'UN TUTEUR AUX BIENS PAR VOIE DE RÈGLEMENT SOMMAIRE 

Je soussigné (e) , (nom et prénom(s))/ de (cité, ville, etc.) dans le 
(la) (comté, municipalité régionale, etc.) déclare ce qui suit : 

1. Je connais (nom et prénom(s) de la personne prétendue 
incapable) . 

2. J'ai été personnellement en contact avec (nom et prénom(s) de-.ia 
personne prétendue incapable) au cours des 12 mois précédant la 
délivrance de l'avis de requête. 

3. L'avis de requête a été délivré le (jour, mois, année). 

4. Je suis d'avis que (nom et prénom (s) de la personne prétendue 
incapable) est incapable de gérer ses biens. 

5. Je fonde mon opinion sur ce qui suit : (Exposer les déclarations 
de faits dans des paragraphes numérotés consécutivement, chaque 
paragraphe se bornant le plus possible à une déclaration particulière 
des faits. Indiquer les dates dans la mesure du possible) . 

6. Je ne peux m' attendre à aucun avantage pécuniaire, direct ou 
indirect, résultant de la nomination d'un tuteur aux biens. 

7. (Rayer cette disposition si elle est sans objet) Je suis d'avis 
qu'il faut qu'une personne autorisée à le faire prenne des décisions 
au nom de (nom et prénom (s) de la personne prétendue incapable) . Je 
fonde mon opinion sur ce qui suit : (Exposer les déclarations de 
faits dans des paragraphes numérotés consécutivement, chaque 
paragraphe se bornant le plus possible à une déclaration particulière 
des faits. Indiquer les dates dans la mesure du possible). 



Fait le 19, 



[Signature) 



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Fom 9 

Statanant of a Pciraon who ia not an Aa««ssor undax saction 73 of 
tha Substitut* Decisions Act, 1992 

TEBMINATION OF GOARDIAMSHIP OF PROPERTY BY SUMMARY DISPOSITION 

I, (full name), of the (city, town, etc.), in the (county, regional 
municipality, etc.) state that: 

1. I know (full name of person whose property is under 
guardianship) . 

2. I have been in personal contact with (full name of person 
whose property is under guardianship) during the twelve months 
before the notice of motion was filed with the court. 

3. The notice of motion was filed with the court on (day, month, 
year) . 

4. I am of the opinion that (full name of person whose property 
is under guardianship) is capable of managing property. 

5. I base my opinion on the following: (Set out the statements of" 
fact in consecutively numbered paragraphs, with each paragraph 
being confined as far as possible to a particular statement of 
fact. Give dates wherever possible.) 

6. I can expect no direct or indirect pecuniary benefit as the 
result of the termination of the guardianship of property. 

Dated the day of , 19.. 



(Signature) 



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Déclaration da la paraonna qai. n'aat paa un avaluataur pravua par 
I'artida 73 da la Loi da 1992 sur la prisa da decisions au nom 
d 'autrui. 

FIN DE lA TUTELLE DES BIENS PAR VOIE DE RiCLEMENT SOIAAIRE 

Je soussigné (e) , (nom et prénom{s)), de (cité, ville, etc.) dans 
le (la) (comté, municipalité régionale, etc.) déclare ce qui suit : 

1. Je connais (nom et prénom (s) de la personne dont les biens sont 
mis sous tutelle) . 

2. J'ai été personnellement en contact avec (nom et prénom (s) de la 
personne dont les biens sont mis sous tutelle) au cours des 12 mois 
précédant le dépôt de l'avis de motion auprès du tribunal. 

3. L'avis de motion a été déposé auprès du tribunal le (jour, mois, 
année) . 

4. Je suis d'avis que (nom et prénom(s) de la personne dont les 
biens sont mis sous tutelle) est capable de gérer ses biens. 

5. Je fonde mon opinion sur ce qui suit : (Exposer les déclarations 
de faits dans des paragraphes numérotés consécutivement, chaque 
paragraphe se bornant le plus possible à une déclaration particulière 
des faits. Indiquer les dates dans la mesure du possible). 

6. Je ne peux m' attendre à aucun avantage pécuniaire, direct ou 
indirect, résultant de la fin de la tutelle des biens. 



Fait le 



19, 



(Signature) 



4. This Regulation comes into force on the day Part in of the 
Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law Amendment 
Act, 1996 comes into force. 



4. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le Jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur de la partie m de la Loi de 1996 modifiant des lois en ce qui 
concerne l'intervention, le consentement et la prise de décisions au 
nom d'autrui. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 102/96 

made under the 

SUBSTITUTE DECISIONS ACT, 1992 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 102/96 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1992 SUR LA PRISE DE 

DÉCISIONS AU NOM D' AUTRUI 



Made: March 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 29/95 
(Capacity Assessment) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 29/95 has not previously been amended. 

1. Sections 2 and 3 of Ontario Regulation 29/95 are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

2. The following forms provided by the Attorney General and 
dated March 29, 1996 are prescribed: 

1 . "Statement of Assessor — Determination of Capacity/ Incapacity 
or Certificate of Incapacity — Property" for the purpose of 
subsection 9 (3), subsection 16 (3), section 72 or section 73 of 
the Act. 

2. "Statement of Assesso — Determination of Capacity/Incapacity 
— Personal Care" for the purpose of subsection 49 (2), section 
74 or section 75 of the Act. 

3. "Assessment Form" for the purpose of subsection 78 (4) of the 
Act. 

4. "Statement of an Assessor Confirming Capacity" for the 
purpose of paragraph 2 of subsection 50 (1) of the Act. 

5. "Statement of an Assessor Confirming Capacity to Revoke a 
Power of Attorney for Personal Care" for the purpose of 
subsection 50 (4) of the Act. 

2. Forms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Regulation are revoked. 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the day Part ni of the 
Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law Amendment 
Act, 1996 comes into force. 



pris le 28 mars 1996 
déposé le 29 mars 1996 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 29/95 
(Évaluation de la capacité) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 29/95 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1 . Les articles 2 et 3 du Règlement de l'Ontario 29/95 sont abrogés 
et remplacés par ce qui suit : 

2. Les formules suivantes fournies par le procureur général et datées 
du 29 mars 1996 sont prescrites : 

1. «Déclaration de l'évaluateur — Détermination de la capacité/ 
Incapacité ou certificat d'incapacité — Biens» pour l'application 
du paragraphe 9 (3), du paragraphe 16 (3), de l'article 72 ou de 
l'article 73 de la Loi. 

2. «Déclaration de l'évaluateur — Détermination de la capacité/ 
Incapacité — Soin de la personne» pour l'application du 
paragraphe 49 (2), de l'article 74 ou de l'article 75 de la Loi. 

3. «Formule d'évaluation» pour l'application du paragraphe 78 (4) 
de la Loi. 

4. «Déclaration de l'évaluateur confirmant la capacité» pour 
l'application de la disposition 2 du paragraphe 50 (1) de la Loi. 

5. «Déclaration de l'évaluateur confirmant la capacité aux fins de 
la révocation d'une procuration relative au soin de la personne» 
pour l'application du paragraphe 50 (4) de la Loi. 

2. Les formules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 et 6 du Règlement sont abrogées. 

3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur de la partie III de la Loi de 1996 modifiant des lois en ce qui 
concerne l'intervention, le consentement et la prise de décisions au 
nom d'autrui. 



15/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 103/96 

made under the 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 103/96 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LA SANTÉ MENTALE 



Note: 



Made: March 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 741 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Application of Act) 

Regulation 741 has not been amended in 1996. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



1. The title to Regulation 741 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 



pris le 28 mars 1996 
déposé le 29 mars 1996 

modifiant le Règl. 741 des L.R.O. de 1990 
(Champ d'application de la Loi) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 741 n'a pas été modifié en 1996. Pour les 
modifications antérieures, voir la Table des règlements 
qui figure dans les Lois de l'Ontario de 1995. 

1. Le titre du Règlement 741 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 



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GENERAL DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES 



2. Section 13 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

13. (1) An application under subsection IS (1) of the Act shall be 
in Form 1. 

(2) An order under subsection 16 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 2. 



(3) An order under subsection 21 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 6. 



(4) An order under subsection 22 (1) of the Act shall be in Form 8. 



(5) If a patient is transferred to a public hospital under subsection 
30 (1) of the Act, the officer in charge shall complete the form approved 
by the Minister and obtainable at the Ministry. 



(6) The following shall be in the form approved by the Minister and 
obtainable at the Ministry: 

1. A certificate of involuntary admission. 

2. A certificate of renewal. 

3 . A notice to the Board of the need to schedule a mandatory review 
of the status of an informal patient who is a child between 12 and 
15 years of age pursuant to subsection 13 (2) of the Act. 

4. The form referred to in subsection 20 (7) of the Act to continue 
an involuntary patient as an informal or voluntary patient. 

5. An order for return under clause 28 (1) (b) of the Act. 

6. A memorandum of transfer under subsection 29 (1) of the Act. 

7. A warrant under section 3 1 of the Act for the transfer of a patient 
from Ontario to another jurisdiction. 

8 . An order under section 32 of the Act to take a person coming into 
Ontario to a psychiatric facility. 



9. A consent to the disclosure, transmittal or examination of a 
clinical record under subsection 35 (3) of the Act. 



10. A statement by an attending physician under subsection 35 (6) 
of the Act. 

11. A request under subsection 36 (2) of the Act by a patient, or by 
a representative or substitute decision-maker mentioned in 
subsection 36 (16) of the Act, to examine or to copy part or all 
of a clinical record. 

12. An appointment of a representative under section 36.1 of the 
Act. 

13. A notice under paragraph 1 of subsection 36.1 (4) of the Act to 
a patient who has the right to appoint a representative. 

14. A notice under subsection 36.2 (2) of the Act to a patient who has 
the right to apply to the Board for the appointment of a 
representative. 

15. A notice under subsection 38 (1) of the Act to a patient who is 
the subject of a certificate of involuntary admission or a 
certificate of renewal. 



2. L'article 13 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit: 

13. (1) La demande présentée en vertu du paragraphe 15 (1) de la 
Loi est rédigée selon la formule 1 . 

(2) L'ordonnance rendue en vertu du paragraphe 16 (1) de la Loi est 
rédigée selon la formule 2. 

(3) L'ordonnance rendue en vertu du paragraphe 21 (1) de la Loi est 
rédigée selon la formule 6. 

(4) L'ordonnance rendue en vertu du paragraphe 22 (1) de la Loi est 
rédigée selon la formule 8. 

(5) Si le malade est transféré dans un hôpital public en vertu du 
paragraphe 30 (1) de la Loi, le dirigeant responsable remplit la formule 
approuvée par le ministre. Il est possible de se procurer la formule au 
ministère. 

(6) Les documents suivants sont rédigés selon les formules 
approuvées par le ministre et qu'il est possible de se procurer au 
ministère : 

1. Le certificat d'admission en cure obligatoire. 

2. Le certificat de renouvellement. 

3. L'avis donné à la Commission sur la nécessité d'une révision 
obligatoire du statut de malade en cure facultative d'un enfant 
ayant entre 12 et 1 S ans conformément au paragraphe 13 (2) de 
la Loi. 

4. La formule visée au paragraphe 20 (7) de la Loi accordant au 
malade en cure obligatoire le statut de malade en cure facultative 
ou volontaire. 

5. L'ordre de retour donné en vertu de l'alinéa 28 (1) b) de la Loi. 

6. La note de transfert visée au paragraphe 29 (1) de la Loi. 

7. Le mandat prévu à l'article 31 de la Loi pour le transfert d'un 
malade de l'Ontario à une autre compétence territoriale. 

8. L'arrêté prévu à l'article 32 de la Loi permettant d'amener dans 
un établissement psychiatrique une personne qui vient en 
Ontario. 

9. Le consentement à la divulgation, à la transmission ou à 
l'examen du dossier clinique en vertu du paragraphe 35 (3) de la 
Loi. 

10. La déclaration du médecin traitant prévue au paragraphe 35 (6) 
de la Loi. 

11. La demande présentée par un malade en vertu du paragraphe 
36 (2) de la Loi, ou par le représentant ou le mandataire spécial 
visé au paragraphe 36 (16) de la Loi, en vue d'examiner une 
partie ou la totalité du dossier clinique ou d'en faire des copies. 

12. La nomination d'un représentant en vertu de l'article 36.1 de la 
Loi. 

13. L'avis donné aux termes de la disposition 1 du paragraphe 
36.1 (4) de la Loi au malade qui a le droit de nommer un 
représentant. 

14. L'avis donné aux termes du paragraphe 36.2 (2) de la Loi au 
malade qui a le droit de demander à la Commission, par voie de 
requête, de nommer un représentant. 

15. L'avis donné aux termes du paragraphe 38 (I) de la Loi au malade 
qui fait l'objet d'un certificat d'admission en cure obligatoire ou 
d'un certificat de renouvellement. 



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16. A notice under subsection 38 (4) of the Act to a patient who has 
been determined to be not mentally competent to examine a 
clinical record or to give or refuse consent to its disclosure. 

17. A notice under subsection 38 (6) of the Act to a child who has a 
right to apply to the Board under section 13 of the Act. 



18. A notice under section 38.1 of the Act to a person who is the 
subject of an application for assessment under section 15 of the 
Act or an order under section 32 of the Act. 



19. A notice to the Board of the completion of a fourth certificate of 
renewal, resulting in a deemed application to the Board under 
subsection 39 (4) of the Act. 



20. A statement by an attending physician under subsection 48 (12) 
of the Act. 

21. A certificate of incapacity to manage one's property under 
subsection 54 (4) of the Act. 

22. A financial statement under section 55 of the Act. 

23. A notice of cancellation of a certificate of incapacity to manage 
one's property under section 56 of the Act. 

24. A notice of continuance of a certificate of incapacity to manage 
one's property under subsection 57 (2) of the Act. 

25. A notice under subsection 59 (1) of the Act to a patient who is 
the subject of a certificate of incapacity to manage one's 
property or who is the subject of a notice of continuance of a 
certificate of incapacity to manage one's property. 

26. A notice under clause 15 (1) (a) of this Regulation to a patient 
who has been found by his or her attending physician to be 
incapable with respect to a treatment of a mental disorder within 
the meaning of the Health Care Consent Act, 1996. 

(7) The following shall be in the form approved by the Minister and 
obtainable from the Board: 



1. An application to the Board under subsection 13 (1) of the Act 
to inquire into whether an informal patient who is a child 
between 12 and 15 years of age needs observation, care and 
treatment in a psychiatric facility. 



An application to the Board under subsection 36 (14) of the Act 
to inquire into whether a patient is not mentally competent to 
examine a clinical record or to give or refuse consent to its 
disclosure. 



3. An application to the Board under subsection 39 (1) of the Act 
respecting an involuntary patient. 

4. An application to the Board under section 60 of the Act for a 
review of the issue of a patient's capacity to manage property. 



(8) The following shall be in the form approved by the Board and 
obtainable from the Board: 



1. An application to the Board under subsection 36 (4) of the Act 
for authority to withhold all or part of a clinical record. 



16. L' avis donné aux termes du paragraphe 38 (4) de la Loi au malade 
dont il a été conclu qu'il n'était pas mentalement capable 
d'examiner un dossier clinique ni de donner ou de refuser son 
consentement à la divulgation du dossier. 

17. L'avis donné aux termes du paragraphe 38 (6) de la Loi à l'enfant 
qui a le droit de présenter une requête à la Commission en vertu 
de l'article 13 de la Loi. 

18. Lavis donné aux termes de l'article 38.1 de la Loi à la personne 
qui fait l'objet d'une demande d'évaluation présentée en vertu de 
l'article 15 de la Loi ou d'un arrêté pris en vertu de l'article 32 
de la Loi. 

19. L'avis donné à la Commission portant qu'un quatrième certificat 
de renouvellement a été rempli, une requête étant alors réputée 
avoir été présentée à la Commission aux termes du paragraphe 39 
(4) de la Loi. 

20. La déclaration déposée par le médecin traitant aux termes du 
paragraphe 48 (12) de la Loi. 

21. Le certificat d' incapacité de gérer ses biens délivré aux termes du 
paragraphe 54 (4) de la Loi. 

22. L'état des finances prévu à l'article 55 de la Loi. 

23. L'avis d'annulation prévu à l'article 56 de la Loi du certificat 
d'incapacité de gérer ses biens. 

24. L'avis de prorogation prévu au paragraphe 57 (2) de la Loi du 
certificat d'incapacité de gérer ses biens. 

25. L'avis donné aux termes du paragraphe 59 ( 1) de la Loi au malade 
qui fait l'objet d'un certificat d'incapacité de gérer ses biens ou 
d'un avis de prorogation du certificat d'incapacité de gérer ses 
biens. 

26. L'avis donné aux termes de l'alinéa 15 (1) a) du présent 
règlement au malade dont le médecin traitant a constaté 
l'incapacité à l'égard du traitement d'un trouble mental, au sens 
de la Loi de 1996 sur le consentement aux soins de santé. 

(7) Les documents suivants sont rédigés selon les formules 
approuvées par le ministre et qu'il est possible de se procurer auprès de 
la Commission : 

1 . La requête présentée à la Commission aux termes du paragraphe 
13 (1) de la Loi lui demandant de mener une enquête afin de 
déterminer si le malade en cure facultative qui est un enfant ayant 
entre 12 et 1 5 ans a besoin d'être mis en observation, de recevoir 
des soins et de suivre un traitement dans un établissement 
psychiatrique. 

2. La requête présentée à la Commission aux termes du paragraphe 
36 (14) de la Loi lui demandant de mener une enquête afin de 
déterminer si le malade est ou non mentalement capable 
d'examiner le dossier clinique et de donner ou de refuser son 
consentement à la divulgation du dossier. 

3. La requête présentée à la Commission en vertu du paragraphe 
39 (1) de la Loi concernant le malade en cure obligatoire. 

4. La requête présentée à la Commission en vertu de l'article 60 de 
la Loi lui demandant de réviser la question de savoir si le malade 
est capable de gérer ses biens. 

(8) Les documents suivants sont rédigés selon les formules 
approuvées par la Commission et qu'il est possible de se procurer auprès 
de celle-ci ; 

1 . La requête présentée à la Commission aux termes du paragraphe 
36 (4) de la Loi lui demandant l'autorisation de refuser de 
divulguer la totalité ou une partie du dossier clinique. 



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2. An application to the Board under subsection 36.2 (1) of the Act 
for the appointment of a representative. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Designation of Rights Advisers 

14. ( 1 ) In the case of each psychiatric facility listed in Schedule 5, 
the Minister shall designate one or more persons or categories of 
persons to perform the functions of a rights adviser under the Act in the 
facility. 



(2) In the case of each psychiatric facility not listed in Schedule S, 
the psychiatric facility shall designate one or more persons to perform 
the functions of a rights adviser under the Act in the facility. 



(3) A designation by the Minister may be revoked by the Minister 
and a designation by a psychiatric facility may be revoked by the 
psychiatric facility. 

(4) A designation or revocation by a psychiatric facility shall be 
made on behalf of the facility by the officer in charge of the facility. 



(5) Only persons who meet the following requirements may be 
designated by a psychiatric facility to perform the functions of a rights 
adviser under the Act in the facility: 



1 . The person must be knowledgeable about the rights to apply to 
the Board provided under the Act and the Health Care Consent 
Act, 1996. 

2. The person must be knowledgeable about the workings of the 
Board, how to contact the Board and how to make applications 
to the Board. 

3. The person must be knowledgeable about how to obtain legal 
services. 

4. The person must have the communication skills necessary to 
perform effectively the functions of a rights adviser under the 
Act. 

Rights Advice for Patients Found Incapabi^ 
With Respect to Treatment of a Mental Disorder 



2. La requête présentée à la Commission aux termes du paragraphe 
36.2 (1) de la Loi lui demandant de nommer un représentant. 

3. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction des articles suivants : 

Désignation de conseillers en matière de droits 

14. (1) Dans le cas de chaque établissement psychiatrique 
mentionné à l'annexe S, le ministre désigne une ou plusieurs personnes 
ou catégories de personnes pour qu'elles remplissent dans 
l'établissement les fonctions de conseiller en matière de droits en vertu 
de la Loi. 

(2) Dans le cas de chaque établissement psychiatrique qui n'est pas 
mentionné à l'annexe S, l'établissement psychiatrique désigne une ou 
plusieurs personnes pour qu'elles remplissent dans l'établissement les 
fonctions de conseiller en matière de droits en vertu de la Loi. 

(3) La désignation effectuée par le ministre peut être révoquée par 
celui-ci et la désignation effectuée par un établissement psychiatrique 
peut être révoquée par ce dernier. 

(4) La désignation ou la révocation effectuée par un établissement 
psychiatrique est effectuée au nom de celui-ci par le dirigeant 
responsable de l'établissement. 

(5) Seules les personnes qui satisfont aux exigences suivantes 
peuvent être désignées par un établissement psychiatrique pour qu'elles 
remplissent dans l'établissement les fonctions de conseiller en matière 
de droits en vertu de la Loi : 

1 . La personne doit être bien renseignée sur le droit de présenter une 
requête à la Commission prévu par la Loi et sur celui prévu par 
la Loi de 1996 sur le consentement aux soins de santé. 

2. La personne doit être bien renseignée sur le fonctionnement de 
la Commission et sur la façon de se mettre en rapport avec elle et 
de lui présenter des requêtes. 

3. La personne doit être bien renseignée sur la fiçon d'obtenir des 
services juridiques. 

4. La personne doit posséder les aptitudes à la communication 
nécessaires pour remplir efTicacement les fonctions de conseiller 
en matière de droits aux termes de la Loi. 

Conseils sur les droits pour les malades dont lincapaoté 

A ÉTÉ constatée À L'ÉGARD DU TRAITEMENT D'UN TROUBLE MENTAL 



15. (I) If a person who has been admitted to a psychiatric facility 
as a patient is 14 years old or older and if the person's attending 
physician proposes treatment of a mental disorder of the person and 
finds that the person is incapable with respect to the treatment within 
the meaning of the Health Care Consent Act, 1996, the attending 
physician shall ensure that, 

(a) the person is promptly given a written notice indicating that he 
or she has been found by the attending physician to be incapable 
with respect to the treatment; and 

(b) a rights adviser is promptly notified of the finding of incapacity. 



(2) A rights adviser who is notified of a finding of incapacity shall 
promptly meet with the person who has been found incapable and shall 
explain to the person the significance of the finding and the right to 
apply to the Board under the Health Care Consent Act, 1996 for a 
review of the finding. 

(3) Subsection (2) does not apply if the person who has been found 
incapable refuses to meet with the rights adviser. 



15. (1) Si la personne admise à titre de malade à un établissement 
psychiatrique est âgée de 14 ans ou plus et que son médecin traitant 
propose le traitement d'un trouble mental qu'elle présente et constate 
qu'elle est incapable à l'égard du traitement, au sens de la Loi de 1996 
sur le consentement aux soins de santé, le médecin traitant veille à ce 
que : 

a) d'une part, la personne reçoive promptement un avis écrit 
indiquant que son médecin traitant a constaté son incapacité à 
l'égard du traitement; 

b) d'autre part, un conseiller en matière de droits soit promptement 
avisé de la constatation d'incapacité. 

(2) Le conseiller en matière de droits qui est avisé d'une constatation 
d'incapacité rencontre promptement la personne dont l'incapacité a été 
constatée et lui explique l'importance de la constatation et son droit de 
présenter à la Commission une requête en révision de la constatation en 
vertu de la Loi de 1996 sur le consentement aux soins de santé. 

(3) Le paragraphe (2) ne s'applique pas si la personne dont 
l'incapacité a été constatée refuse de rencontrer le conseiller en matière 
de droits. 



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(4) At the request of the person who has been found incapable, the 
rights adviser shall assist him or her in applying to the Board under the 
Health Care Consent Act, 1996 for a review of the finding and in 
obtaining legal services. 

(5) This section does not apply if, 

(a) the person has a guardian of the person appointed under the 
Substitute Decisions Act, 1992 who has authority to give or 
refuse consent to the treatment; 

(b) the person has an attorney under a power of attorney for personal 
care given under the Substitute Decisions Act, 1992, the power 
of attorney contains a provision waiving the person's right to 
apply to the Board for a review of the fmding of incapacity and 
the provision is effective under subsection SO (1) of the 
Substitute Decisions Act, 1992; 



(c) the person is in a coma, is unconscious, is semi-conscious or is 
unable to communicate comprehensibly despite reasonable 
efforts to understand the person; or 



(d) the attending physician is of the opinion that there is an 
emergency within the meaning of subsection 25 (l) of \hc Health 
Care Consent Act, 1996. 

(6) If a rights adviser has met with a person who was admitted to a 
psychiatric facility and was found incapable with respect to a treatment 
of a mental disorder, and if the rights adviser has provided the person 
with the explanation required by subsection (2), this section does not 
apply to any subsequent fmding of incapacity made in respect of the 
person during his or her stay in the facility pursuant to that admission, 
whether the subsequent finding is made in relation to the same 
treatment or a different treatment. 

Explanation by Rights Advisers 



16. A rights adviser fulfils his or her obligation under this 
Regulation to explain a matter to a person if the rights adviser explains 
the matter to the best of his or her ability and in a manner that addresses 
the person's special needs, even if the person does not understand the 
explanation. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Schedule: 

Schedule 5 

Name 



Brockville Psychiatfic Hospital 
(except St. Lawrence Regional 
Centre) 

Hamilton Psychiatric Hospital 

Kingston Psychiatric Hospital 
(except L.S. Penrose Centre) 

London Psychiatric Hospital 

North Bay Psychiatric Hospital 

(except Nipissing Regional Centre) 

Mental Health Centre, Penetangushene 

St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital 
(except St. Thomas Adult 
Rehabilitation & Training Centre) 

Lakehead Psychiatfic Hospital 
(except Northwestern Regional 
Centre) 



■EM 


Location 


1. 


Brockville 


2. 


Hamilton 


3. 


Kingston 


4. 


London 


5. 


North Bay 


6. 


Penetanguishene 


7. 


St. Thomas 


8. 


Thunder Bay 



(4) À la demande de la personne dont l'incapacité a été constatée, le 
conseiller en matière de droits l'aide à présenter à la Commission sa 
requête en révision de la constatation en vertu de la Loi de 1996 sur le 
consentement aux soins de santé, et à obtenir des services juridiques. 

(5) Le présent article ne s'applique pas dans les cas suivants : 

a) la personne a un tuteur à la personne nommé en vertu de la Loi 
de 1992 sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui qui a le pouvoir 
de donner ou de refuser son consentement au U-aitement; 

b) la personne a un procureur constitué en vertu d'une procuration 
relative au soin de la personne donnée en vertu de la Loi de 1992 
sur la prise de décisions au nom d'autrui, la procuration 
comporte une disposition selon laquelle la personne renonce à 
son droit de présenter à la Commission une requête en révision 
de la constatation d'incapacité, et la disposition est valide en 
vertu du paragraphe 50 (1) de la Loi de 1992 sur la prise de 
décisions au nom d'autrui; 

c) la personne est dans le coma, sans connaissance ou à demi 
consciente ou est incapable de communiquer d'une manière 
compréhensible malgré les efforts raisonnables qui sont faits 
pour la comprendre; 

d) le médecin traitant est d'avis qu'il y a urgence au sens du 
paragraphe 25 ( 1 ) de la Loi <ie / 996 sur le consentement aux soins 
de santé. 

(6) Si un conseiller en matière de droits a rencontré une personne 
admise à un établissement psychiatrique et dont l'incapacité a été 
constatée à l'égard du traitement d'un trouble mental et qu'il lui a fourni 
les explications exigées par le paragraphe (2), le présent article ne 
s'applique pas à une constatation d'incapacité faite ultérieurement à 
l'égard de la personne pendant son séjour dans l'établissement à la suite 
de cette admission, que la constatation ultérieure soit faite à l'égard du 
même traitement ou d'un traitement différent. 

Explications données par les conseillers 
en matière de droits 

16. Le conseiller en matière de droits s'acquitte de l'obligation qu'il 
a, aux termes du présent règlement, d'expliquer une question à une 
personne s'il l'explique de son mieux en tenant compte des besoins 
particuliers de la personne, même si celle-ci ne comprend pas 
l'explication. 

4. Le Règlement est modiflé par adjonction de l'annexe suivante : 

Annexe 5 



Nom 

Brockville Psychiatrie Hospital 

(sauf le St. Lawrence Regional Centre) 



)INT 


Endroit 


1. 


Brockville 


2. 


Hamilton 


3. 


Kingston 


4. 


London 


5. 


North Bay 


6. 


Penetanguishene 


7. 


St. Thomas 


8. 


Thunder Bay 



Hamilton Psychiatric Hospital 

Kingston Psychiatric Hospital 
(sauf le L.S. Penrose Centre) 

London Psychiatric Hospital 

North Bay Psychiatric Hospital 

(sauf le Nipissing Regional Centre) 

Mental Health Centre, Penetanguishene 

St. Thomas Psychiatric Hospital 

(sauf le St. Thomas Adult Rehabili- 
tation & Training Centre) 

Lakehead Psychiatric Hospital 
(sauf le Northwestern Regional 
Centre) 



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9. Toronto 
10. Whitby 



Queen Street Mental Health Centre 



Whitby Psychiatric Hospital 

(except Durham Centre for the 
Developmentally Handicapped) 

5. This Regulation comes into force on the day subsection 72 (32) 
of the Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law 
Amendment Act, 1996 conies into force. 



9. Toronto 
10. Whitby 



Queen Street Mental Health Centre 



Whitby Psychiatric Hospital 

(sauf le Durham Centre for the 
Developmentally Handicapped) 

5. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le Jour de l'entrée en 
vigueur du paragraphe 72 (32) de la Loi de 1996 modifiant des lois en 
ce qui concerne l'intervention, le consentement et la prise de décisions 
au nom d'autrui. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 104/96 

made under the 

HEALTH CARE CONSENT ACT, 1996 

Made: March 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

EVALUATORS 

1. (1) For the purpose of the definition of "evaluator" in subsection 
2(1) of the Act, 

(a) social workers are evaluators; 

(b) social workers and persons described in clause (a), (1), (m), (o), 
(p) or (q) of the definition of "health practitioner" in subsection 
2 (1) of the Act may act as evaluators for the purpose of 
determining whether a person is capable with respect to his or 
her admission to a care facility and for the purpose of 
determining whether a person is capable with respect to a 
personal assistance service. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 106/96 

made under the 
PUBLIC HOSPITALS ACT 

Made: March 20, 1996 

Approved: March 28, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. %5 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Hospital Management) 

Note: Regulation 965 has not been amended in 1996. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



1. (1) Clauses 19 (4) (i) and (i.l) of Regulation 965 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(i) all consents to treatment obtained in writing with respect to the 
patient; 



(2) In this section, 

"social worker" means a member of the Ontario College of Certified 
Social Workers. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day subsection 2 (1) of 
the Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law 
Amendment Act, 1996 comes into force. 



(i.l) all statements referred to in subsection 28 (4) with respect to the 
patient; 

(i.2) all opinions required to be noted under subsection 25 (5) of the 
Health Care Consent Act, 1996 with respect to the patient; 

(2) Clauses 19 (5) (g) and (g.l) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the foUowing substituted: 



15/96 



(g) all consents to treatment obtained in writing with respect to the 
out-patient; 



ONTARIO REGULATION 105/% 

made under the 
CONSENT TO TREATMENT ACT, 1992 

Made: Match 28, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 19% 

Revoking O. Reg. 19/95 
(General) 

1. Ontario Regulations 19/95 and 16/96 are revoked. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on the day subsection 2 (1) of 
the Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law 
Amendment Act, 1996 comes into force. 



(g.l) all statements referred to in subsection 28 (4) with respect to the 
out-patient; 

(g.2) all opinions required to be noted under subsection 25 (5) of the 
Health Care Consent Act, 1996 with respect to the out-patient; 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day subsection 2 (1) of 
the Advocacy, Consent and Substitute Decisions Statute Law 
Amendment Act, 1996 comes hito force. 



Jim Wilson 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto on March 20, 1996. 



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I 






ONTARIO REGULATION 107/96 

made under the 

REGULATED HEALTH PROFESSIONS ACT, 1991 

Made: March 20, 19% 

Approved: March 28, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 19% 

CONTROLLED ACTS 

Forms of Energy 

1. The following forms of energy are prescribed for the purpose of 
paragraph 7 of subsection 27 (2) of the Act: 

1 . Electricity for, 

i. aversive conditioning, 

ii. cardiac pacemaker therapy, 
iii. cardioversion, 
iv. defibrillation, 

V. electrocoagulation, 
vi. electroconvulsive shock therapy, 
vii. electromyography, 
viii. fulguration, 
ix. nerve conduction studies, or 

X. transcutaneous cardiac pacing. 

2. Electromagnetism for magnetic resonance imaging. 

3. Soundwaves for, 

i. diagnostic ultrasound, or 
ii. lithotripsy. 

Exemptions 

2. A member of the College of Chiropodists of Ontario is exempt 
from subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the purpose of applying electricity 
for electrocoagulation or fulguration. 

3. ( 1 ) A member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario 
is exempt from subsection 27 ( 1 ) of the Act for the purpose of applying 
electricity for defibrillation or electrocoagulation. 

(2) A member of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario is 
exempt from subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the purpose of applying 
electricity for electromyography or nerve conduction studies, in the 
course of conducting research. 

4. A member of the College of Midwi ves of Ontario is exempt from 
subsection 27 ( 1 ) of the Act for the purpose of ordering the application 
of soundwaves for pregnancy diagnostic ultrasound or pelvic 
diagnostic ultrasound. 

5. (1) A member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Ontario is exempt from subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the purpose of 
applying, or ordering the application of, electricity for a procedure 
listed in paragraph 1 of section 1 or soundwaves for a procedure listed 
in paragraph 3 of section 1 . 



(2) A member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario 
is exempt from subsection 27 ( 1 ) of the Act for the purpose of applying 
in a public hospital, or ordering the application in a public hospital of, 
electromagnetism for magnetic resonance imaging. 

6. A member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario is exempt 
from subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the purpose of applying, or 
ordering the application of, electricity for aversive conditioning. 

7. A person is exempt from subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the 
purpose of, 

(a) applying soundwaves for diagnostic ultrasound if the 
application is ordered by a member of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Ontario; 

(b) applying soundwaves for pregnancy diagnostic ultrasound or 
pelvic diagnostic ultrasound if the application is ordered by a 
member of the College of Midwives of Ontario; 

(c) applying electromagnetism for magnetic resonance imaging in 
a public hospital if the application is ordered by a member of the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario; and 

(d) applying electricity for aversive conditioning if the application 
is ordered and directed by a member of the College of Physicians 
and Surgeons of Ontario or by a member of the College of 
Psychologists of Ontario. 

8. The following activities are exempt from subsection 27 (I) of the 
Act: 

1. Acupuncture. 

2. Ear or body piercing for the purpose of accommodating a piece 
of jewellery. 

3. Electrolysis. 

4. Tattooing for cosmetic purposes. 

9. Male circumcision is an activity that is exempt from subsection 
27 (1) of the Act if the circumcision is performed as part of a religious 
tradition or ceremony. 

10. A naturopath is exempt from subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the 
purpose of carrying on, in accordance with the Drugless Practitioners 
Act and the regulations under that Act, activities that are within the 
scope of the practice of naturopathy. 

11. The taking of a blood sample from a vein or by skin pricking is 
an activity that is exempt from subsection 27 ( 1 ) of the Act if the person 
taking the blood sample is employed by a laboratory or specimen 
collection centre licensed under the Laboratory and Specimen 
Collection Centre Licensing Act. 

12. (I) A medical geneticist who holds a doctorate is exempt from 
subsection 27 (1) of the Act for the purpose of communicating to an 
individual or his or her personal representative a diagnosis identifying 
a genetic disease or genetic disorder as the cause of the symptoms of the 
individual in circumstances in which it is reasonably foreseeable that 
the individual or his or her personal representative will rely on the 
diagnosis, if, 

(a) the disease or disorder identified is within the geneticist's area 
of expertise; and 

(b) the geneticist is employed by a university or a health care facility 
and the communication of the diagnosis is performed in 
accordance with the university's or facility's guidelines or 
protocols. 



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"health care facihty" means a facility governed by or funded under an 
Act set out in the Schedule. 

13. A member of the College of Nurses of Ontario who holds a 
general certificate of registration as a registered nurse is exempt from 
subsection 27 ( 1 ) of the Act for the purpose of prescribing a solution of 
normal saline (0.9 per cent) for venipuncture performed to establish 
peripheral intravenous access and maintain patency. 

Schedule 

1 . Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation Act. 

2. Cancer Act. 

3. Charitable Institutions Act. 

4. Child and Family Services Act. 

5. Community Psychiatric Hospitals Act. 

6. Developmental Services Act. 

7. General Welfare Assistance Act. 

8. Homes for Retarded Persons Act. 

9. Homes for Special Care Act. 

10. Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act. 

1 1 . Independent Health Facilities Act. 

12. Mental Health Act. 

13. Mental Hospitals Act. 

14. Ministry of Community and Social Services Act. 

15. Ministry of Correctional Services Act. 



17. Nursing Homes Act. 

18. Ontario Mental Health Foundation Act. 

19. Private Hospitals Act. 

20. Public Hospitals Act. 



Jim Wilson 
Minister of Health 



Dated at Toronto on March 20, 1996. 
15/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 108/96 

made under the 

REGULATED HEALTH PROFESSIONS ACT, 1991 

Made: March 20, 1996 

Approved: March 28, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 1996 

Revoking O. Reg. 886/93 
(Forms of Energy) 

Revoking O. Reg. 887/93 
(Exemptions) 

1. Ontario Regulations 886/93, 887/93 and 751/94 are revoked. 

Jim Wilson 
Minister of Health 

Dated at Toronto on March 20, 1996. 

15/96 



O. Reg. 109/96 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO Q. Reg. 110/96 915 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



1996—04—20 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 109/96 

made under the 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES 

RETIREMENT SYSTEM ACT 

Made: March 27, 1996 
Filed: March 29. 1996 

Amending Reg. 890 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 890 has not been amended in 1996. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



1. (1) Subsection 17.1 (2) of Regulation 890 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding "or" at tlte end 
of clause (a), by strildng out "or" at tlie end of clause (b) and by 
revoldng clause (c). 

(2) Subsections 17.1 (3.1) and (3.2) of the Regulation are revoked. 

(3) Section 17.1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsections: 

(5) Despite section 18, if a member receiving a pension under a 
supplementary agreement described in section 26.2 again becomes an 
employee, payment of the pension to the member shall cease and the 
pension shall not be recommenced if the member subsequently ceases 
to be an employee. 

(6) Subsection (5) applies only in respect of a supplementary 
agreement which comes into force on or after March 29, 1996. 

2. (1) Subsection 26.2 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(4) An eligibility period commencing before March 29, 1996 must 
expire not later than two years after the supplementary agreement 
comes into force. 



(4.1) An eligibility period commencing on or after March 29, 1996 
must expire not later than one year after the supplementary agreement 
comes into force. 



(2) Subsection 26.2 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "1995" and substituting "1999". 

3. Sections 17.1 and 26.2 of the Regulation, as they read on 
March 28, 1996, continue to apply to supplementary agreements 
entered into on or before March 31, 1995. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on March 29, 1996. 



16/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 110/96 

made under the 
REGISTRY ACT 

Made: March 29, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

OFFICE HOURS 

1. Despite any other Regulation, the Land Registry Offices for the 
following Divisions shall be kept open from 12.00 o'clock noon until 
5.30 p.m., local time, on March 29, 1996: 

Registry Division of Ottawa-Carleton (No. 4) 

Land Titles Division of Ottawa-Carleton (No. 4) 

Registry Division of Essex (No. 12) 

Land Titles Division of Essex (No. 12) 

Registry Division of Halton (No. 20) 

Land Titles Division of Halton (No. 20) 

Registry Division of Middlesex (No. 33) 

Land Titles Division of Middlesex (No. 33) 

Registry Division of Nipissing (No. 36) 

Land Titles Division of Nipissing (No. 36) 

Registry Division of Durham (No. 40) 

Land Titles Division of Durham (No. 40) 

Registry Division of Peel (No. 43) 

Land Titles Division of Peel (No. 43) 

Registry Division of Simcoe (No. 5 1 ) 

Land Titles Division of Simcoe (No. 51) 

Registry Division of Sudbury (No. 53) 

Land Titles Division of Sudbury (No. 53) 

Registry Division of Thunder Bay (No. 55) 

Land Titles Division of Thunder Bay (No. 55) 

Registry Division of Waterloo (No. 58) 

Land Titles Division of Waterloo (No. 58) 

Registry Division of Wentworth (No. 62) 

Land Titles Division of Wentworth (No. 62) 

Registry Division of Metropolitan Toronto (No. 64) 



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Land Titles Division of Metropolitan Toronto (No. 66) 

Registry Division of York Region (No. 65) 

Land Titles Division of York Region (No. 65) 

2. This Regulation is revolced on Mardi 30, 1996. 



O.Reg. 111/96 

set out in Schedule 1 1 is nil, the fee payable for an insured service 
rendered by a physician in relation to that service is nil. 

(7) Despite subsection (6), if a second physician renders a diagnostic 
laboratory medicine consultation in relation to a laboratory service set 
out in Schedule 11 at the request of another physician, the fee payable 
to the second physician is the fee set out in the schedule of benefits. 



Ian Veitch 
Director of Land Registration 



Dated at Toronto on March 29, 1996. 



16/96 



ONTARIO REGULATION 111796 

made under the 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 27, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 552 has not been amended in 1996. For prior 
amendments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of 
Ontario, 1995. 



Note: 



1. Paragrapli 1 of subsection 24 (2) of Regulation 552 of tlie 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Physician Services 

37.1 (1) A service rendered by a physician in Ontario is an insured 
service if it is referred to in the schedule of benefits and rendered in such 
circumstances or under such conditions as may be specified in the 
schedule of benefits. 

(2) The basic fee payable by the Plan for an insured service 
prescribed under subsection (I) is the fee payable under the schedule of 
benefits. 

(3) A laboratory service set out in Schedule 1 1 and rendered by a 
physician is an insured service if, 

(a) it is rendered for the purposes of diagnosing or treating a patient 
of the physician who sees the physician for puiposes other than 
the sole purpose of receiving the laboratory service; or 

(b) it is rendered in a public hospital. 

(4) The basic fee payable by the Plan for a laboratory service set out 
in Schedule 11 and rendered by a physician in the circumstances 
referred to in clause (3) (a) is 51.7 cents multiplied by the applicable 
individual unit value for the service set out opposite the service in 
Schedule II. 

(5) The basic fee payable for a laboratory service set out in Schedule 
1 1 and rendered by a physician in a public hospital is nil. 

(6) If, under this Regulation or under an agreement to which the 
Government of Ontario is a party, the fee payable for an insured service 



(8) For the purposes of subsection (7), a diagnostic laboratory 
medicine consultation occurs when a physician who practises 
laboratory medicine in a hospital gives a written opinion with respect 
to tissue, slides or specimens that are referred to the physician by a 
physician practising laboratory medicine in another hospital. 

37.2 (1) If the total amount already paid for insured services 
rendered by a physician in Ontario during a 12-month period 
corresponds to the amount set out in Column 1 of the Table to this 
subsection, the fee payable for any other insured service rendered by 
the physician in the 12-month period shall be reduced by the fraction 
indicated in Column 2 of the Table. 

TABLE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


$404,000 to $454,500 


1/3 


more than $454,500 


2/3 



(2) For the purposes of subsection ( 1 ), 

"12-month period" means the period from April I of any year to and 
including March 31 of the following year. 

(3) This section does not apply to the following services: 

1 . Services set out in Appendix E to the General Preamble of the 
schedule of benefits. 

2. Services rendered under the Underserviced Area Program of the 
Ministry of Health. 

(4) For the purposes of subsection (I), the total amount already paid 
for insured services shall be determined without regard to any reduction 
under section 37.3. 

37.3 (1) The fee payable for an insured service rendered by a 
physician in Ontario during a period set out in the Table to this section 
shall be reduced by the percentage set out opposite that period. 

TABLE 



Item 


Period 


Reduction 


1. 


April 1,1991 to June 30, 1991 


1.2% 


2. 


On or after April 1, 1993 
but before April 1, 1994 


2.812% 


3. 


On or after June 1, 1994 
but before December 1, 1994 


2.0% 


4. 


On or after December 1, 1994 
but before April 1, 1995 


6.0% 



(2) Despite subsection 37.1 (3), the amount payable by the Plan for 
an insured service rendered by a physician in Ontario and for which a 
claim is assessed by the General Manager on or after March I, 1996 is 
the amount otherwise payable under subsection 37.1 (3) less 10 per 
cent. 

3. Subsection 38 (1) of the Regulation is revoked. 



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4. Section 38.1 of the Regulation is revoked. 

5. Section 38.2 of the Regulation is revoked. 

6. Section 38.2.1 of the Regulation is revoked. 



2. This Regulation comes into force on the day section 39 of 
Schedule H to the Savings and Restructuring Act, 1996 comes into 
force. 



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7. (1) Subject to subsection (2), this Regulation comes into force 
on April 1, 1996. 

(2) On May 1, 1996, sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 shall be deemed to 
have come into force on April 1, 1995. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 112/96 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 27, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 111/96. For prior amendments, see the 
Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 1995. 

1. Section 38.2 of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(2) Despite subsection 38 (1), the amount payable by the Plan for an 
insured service rendered by a physician in Ontario and for which a 
claim is assessed by the General Manager on or after March 1, 1996 is 
the amount otherwise payable under subsection 38 (1) less 10 per cent. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
March 1, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 114/96 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 27, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since January 1, 1996, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 111/96 and 112/96. For prior amend- 
ments, see the Table of Regulations in the Statutes of Ontario, 
1995. 

1. Clause (b) of the definition of "schedule of benefits" in 
subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(b) the Ministry of Health publication dated March 31, 1996 and 
titled "Bulletin #4288", 

2. This Regulation comes into force on March 31, 1996. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 115/96 

made under the 
NURSING ACT, 1991 

Made: January 5, 1996 

Approved: March 28, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 1996 

Amending O. Reg. 275/94 
(General) 



Note: Ontario Regulation 275/94 has not previously been amended. 

1. Ontario Regulation 275/94 is amended by adding the foUowing 
Part: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 113/96 

made under the 

HEALTH CARE ACCESSIBILITY ACT 

Made: March 27, 1996 
Filed: March 29, 1996 



GENERAL 

1. A hospital listed under the heading "Group F Hospitals" 
or "Group G Hospitals" in the Schedule to Regulation 964 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 or a hospital listed in Part II of 
Schedule 2 to Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 or in Part II of Schedule 4 to Regulation 552 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 may accept a co-payment with respect to 
chronic care services provided in the hospital, paid in accordance with 
section 10 of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990. 



PARTI 
DEFINITION 



0.1 In this Regulation, 



"registered nurse in the general class" means a member who holds a 
general certificate of registration as a registered nurse. 

2. The heading immediately preceding section 1 of the 
Regulation is revoked and the foUowing substituted: 

PART II 
REGISTRATION 

CERTinCATES OF REGISTRATION 

3. (1) Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of subsection 5 (1) of the Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted: 



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1 . The applicant must not have been found guilty of a criminal 
offence or an offence under the Narcotic Control Act (Canada) 
or the Food and Drugs Act (Canada). 

2. The applicant must not have been the subject of a fmding of 
professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity, whether 
in Ontario or in another jurisdiction and whether in relation to 
the nursing profession or another health profession. 

3. The applicant must not currently be the subject of proceedings 
for professional misconduct, incompetence or incapacity, 
whether in Ontario or in another jurisdiction and whether in 
relation to the nursing profession or another health profession. 

(2) Paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of subsection S (3) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

1 . A fmding of guilt for a criminal offence or an offence under the 
Narcotic Control Act (Canada) or the Food and Drugs Act 
(Canada). 

2. A finding of professional misconduct, incompetence or 
incapacity, whether in Ontario or in another jurisdiction and 
whether in relation to the nursing profession or another health 
profession. 

3. A proceeding for professional misconduct, incompetence or 
incapacity, whether in Ontario or in another jurisdiction and 
whether in relation to the nursing profession or another health 
profession. 

4. (1) The Regulation is amended by adding the following 
heading immediately before section 6: 

General Certificates of Registration 

(2) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 6 (1) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

1. The applicant, 

i. must have graduated from a nursing program in Ontario that 
was, at the time the applicant graduated, 

A. approved by the Minister of Education and Training, in 
the case of a program offered by a college of applied 
arts and technology, or 

B. approved by the Approval Committee of the Council of 
Ontario University Programs in Nursing and approved 
by the Senate or Governing Council of the university 
that offered the program, in the case of a program 
offered by a university. 



education or experience that, together with the education 
provided by the nursing program from which he or she 
graduated, is equivalent to the education provided by a 
nursing program in Ontario that is currently approved in 
accordance with sub-subparagraph A or B of subparagraph 



2. At the time of successfully completing all other requirements for 
registration as a registered nurse in the general class or at the 
time of application, whichever is later, the applicant must satisfy 
the Registfation Committee, 

i. that he or she graduated from a program described in 
subparagraph i, ii or iii of paragraph 1 within the past five 
years, 

ii. that he or she has no need for additional education or 
experience based on evidence of safe nursing practice 
during the past five years, or 

iii. that he or she has successfully completed the additional 
education or obtained the additional experience that the 
Registration Committee determines is necessary to enable 
him or her to practise safely as a registered nurse in the 
general class in the future. 

(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 6 (2) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

1. The applicant, 

i. must have graduated from a practical nurse or nursing 
assistant program in Ontario that was, at the time the 
applicant graduated, 

A. approved by the Minister of Education and Training, in 
the case of a program offered by a college of applied 
arts and technology or a secondary school, or 

B. approved by the Ministry of Health, 

ii. must have graduated from a practical nurse or nursing 
assistant program in another province or territory in Canada 
that was, at the time the applicant graduated, accepted by the 
regulatory body for practical nurses or nursing assistants in 
that province or territory, 

iii. must have graduated from a practical nurse or nursing 
assistant program outside Canada that the Registration 
Committee determines was, at the time the applicant 
graduated, equivalent to a practical nurse or nursing 
assistant program in Ontario that is currently approved in 
accordance with sub-subparagraph A or B of subparagraph 



ii. must have graduated from a nursing program in another 
province or territory in Canada that was, at the time the 
applicant graduated, accepted by the regulatory body for 
nursing in that province or territory, 

iii. must have graduated from a nursing program outside 
Canada that the RegisU'ation Committee determines was, at 
the time the applicant graduated, equivalent to a nursing 
program in Ontario that is currently approved in accordance 
with sub-subparagraph A or B of subparagraph i, or 

iv. must have graduated from a nursing program outside 
Canada and, if the Registration Committee does not make 
the determination referred to in subparagraph iii with 
respect to the program, must also satisfy the RegisU'ation 
Committee that he or she has obtained additional nursing 



iv. must have graduated firom a practical nurse or nursing 
assistant program outside Canada and, if the Registration 
Committee does not make the determination referred to in 
subparagraph iii with respect to the program, must also 
satisfy the Registration Committee that he or she has 
obtained additional practical nurse or nursing assistant 
education or experience that, together with the education 
provided by the nursing program from which he or she 
graduated, is equivalent to the education provided by a 
practical nurse or nursing assistant program in Ontario that 
is currently approved in accordance with sub-subparagraph 
A or B of subparagraph i, or 

V. must have graduated from one of the nursing programs 
referred to in paragraph I of subsection (1) and must also 
satisfy the Registration Committee that he or she has 



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obtained additional practical nurse or nursing assistant 
education or experience that, together with the education 
provided by the nursing program from which he or she 
graduated, is equivalent to the preparation provided by a 
practical nurse or nursing assistant program in Ontario that 
is currently approved in accordance with sub-subparagraph 
A or B of subparagraph i. 

At the time of successfully completing all other requirements for 
registration as a registered practical nurse in the general class or 
at the time of application, whichever is later, the applicant must 
satisfy the Registration Committee, 

i. that he or she graduated from a program described in 
subparagraph i, ii or iii of paragraph 1 within the past five 
years, 

ii. that he or she has no need for additional education or 
experience based on evidence of safe practice as a practical 
nurse or nursing assistant during the past five years, or 

iii. that he or she has successfully completed the additional 
education or obtained the additional experience that the 
Registration Committee determines is necessary to enable 
him or her to practise safely as a practical nurse or nursing 
assistant in the future. 



ii. practised safely as a practical nurse or nursing assistant. 

6. (1) The Regulation is amended by adding the following 
heading immediately before section 10: 

Speoal Assignment Certircates of Registration 

(2) Subparagraph ii of paragraph 1 of subsection 10 (1) of the 
Regulation is amended by striliing out "time" in the second line and 
substituting "date". 

(3) Subparagraph ii of paragraph 1 of subsection 10 (2) of the 
Regulation is amended by striking out "time" in the third line and 
substituting "date". 

(4) Paragraph 2 of subsection 10 (3) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "graduating" in the first line and substituting "who 
graduated". 

7. The Regulation is amended by adding the following heading 
immediately before section 11: 

Provisional Certificates of Registration 

8. The Regulation is amended by adding the following heading 
immediately before section 12: 



(4) Paragraph 3 of subsection 6 (3) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "graduating" in the first line and substituting "who 
graduated". 

(5) Paragraph 4 of subsection 6 (3) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "graduating" in the fîrst line and substituting "who 
graduated". 

5. (1) The Regulation is amended by adding the following 
heading immediately before section 9: 

Temporary Certihcates of Registration 

(2) Paragraph 3 of subsection 9 (3) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "graduating" in the first line and substituting "who 
graduated". 

(3) Paragraph 4 of subsection 9 (3) of the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "graduating" in the first line and substituting "who 
graduated". 

(4) Paragraph 6 of subsection 9 (3) of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

6. An applicant for a certificate of registration as a registered nurse 
must satisfy the Registration Committee that within the year 
immediately preceding the date of his or her application, he or 
she, 

i. graduated from a program described in subparagraph i, ii or 
iii of paragraph 1 of subsection 6 (1), or 

ii. practised safely in nursing. 

7. An applicant for a certificate of registration as a registered 
practical nurse must satisfy the Registration Committee that 
within the year immediately preceding the date of his or her 
application, he or she, 

i. graduated from a program described in subparagraph i, ii or 
iii of paragraph I of subsection 6 (2), or 



Examination 

9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following heading 
immediately before section 13: 

Reinstatement 

10. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Part: 

PART in 

PROCEDURES AUTHORIZED UNDER 

SECTION 4 OF THE ACT 

14. All procedures on tissue below the dermis or below the surface 
of a mucous membrane are prescribed for the purpose of paragraph 1 of 
section 4 of the Act. 

15. (1) For the purpose of clause 5 (1) (a) of the Act, a registered 
nurse in the general class may perform a procedure set out in subsection 
(4) if he or she meets all of the conditions set out in subsection (5). 

(2) For the purpose of clause 5 (1) (a) of the Act, any member may 
perform a procedure set out in subsection (4) if the procedure is ordered 
by a registered nurse in the general class. 

(3) No registered nurse in the general class shall order a procedure 
set out in subsection (4) unless he or she meets all of the conditions set 
out in subsection (5). 

(4) The following are the procedures referred to in subsections (I), 
(2) and (3): 

1 . With respect to the care of a wound below the dermis or below 
a mucous membrane, any of the following procedures: 

i. cleansing, 

ii. soaking, 

iii. irrigating, 

iv. probing. 



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V. debriding, 

vi. packing, 

vii. dressing. 



2. Venipuncture to establish peripheral intravenous access and 
maintain patency, using a solution of normal saline (0.9 per 
cent), in circumstances in which, 

i. the individual requires medical attention, and 

ii. delaying venipuncture is likely to be harmful to the 
individual. 

3. A procedure that, for the purpose of assisting an individual with 
health management activities, requires putting an instrument, 

i. beyond the point in the individual's nasal passages where 
they normally narrow, 

ii. beyond the individual's larynx, or 

iii. beyond the opening of the individual's urethra. 

4. A procedure that, for the purpose of assessing an individual or 
assisting an individual with health management activities, 
requires putting an instrument or finger, 

i. beyond the individual's anal verge, or 

ii. into an artificial opening into the individual's body. 

5. A procedure that, for the purpose of assessing an individual or 
assisting an individual with health management activities, 
requires putting an instrument, hand or finger beyond the 
individual's labia majora. 

(5) The following are the conditions referred to in subsections (1) 
and (3): 

1 . The registered nurse has the knowledge, skill and judgment to 
perform the procedure safely, effectively and ethically. 

2. The registered nurse has the knowledge, skill and judgment to 
determine whether the individual's condition warrants perfor- 
mance of the procedure. 

3. The registered nurse determines that the individual's condition 
warrants performance of the procedure, having considered, 

i. the known risks and benefits to the individual of performing 
the procedure, 

ii. the predictability of the outcome of performing the 
procedure, 

iii. the safeguards and resources available in the circumstances 
to safely manage the outcome of performing the procedure, 
and 

iv. other relevant factors specific to the situation. 

4. The registered nurse accepts sole accountability for determining 
that the Individual's condition warrants performance of the 
procedure. 



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16. Sections 14 and IS do not authorize a member to prescribe a 
drug as defined in subsection 117 (1) of the Drug and Pharmacies 
Regulation Act. 

Council of the Cou-ege of Nurses of Ontario: 



Anne Coghlan 
President 



Margaret Risk 
Executive Director 



Dated at Toronto on January 5, 1996. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 116/96 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 22, 1996 

Approved: March 29, 1996 

Filed: March 29, 1996 

GENERAL LEGISLATIVE GRANTS, 1996 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, the following definitions apply for a board for 
the year 1996, 

"assessment" means the sum of, 

(a) the residential and farm assessment as defined in section 248 of 
the Act, and 

(b) the quotient obtained by dividing by 0.85 the commercial 
assessment as defined in section 248 of die Act, 

that is rateable for the purposes of the board; 

"A.E.F. for grant purposes" for a municipality or locality means the 
assessment equalization factor provided by the Minister for this 
purpose; 

"capital appurtenances" means, 

(a) school sites and additions and improvements thereto, 

(b) school buildings, including permanent fixtures thereof, and 
additions, alterations and renovations to such buildings and 
permanent fixtures, 

(c) buildings that are not school buildings, including permanent 
fixtures thereof, and additions, alterations and renovations to 
such buildings and permanent fixtures, 

(d) vehicles and watercraft used for the transportation of pupils, and 
replacements of such vehicles and watercraft, and 

(e) furniture and equipment and replacements thereof and library 
resource materials for the initial equipping of a library resource 
centre, but excluding therefrom items referred to in clause (d) 
and permanent fixtures of a building; 

"capital element included in rent", in respect of rental of computer 
equipment for instructional purposes and rental of accommodation 
and school sites, means the total rental revenue or rental expenditure. 



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as the case may be, that is in excess of the cost of services that are 
included as part of the rental contract, except that in the case of rental 
of computer equipment or accommodation for instructional 
purposes, the capital element in rent cannot be less than the portion 
designated by the Minister for inclusion in the determination of the 
recognized expenditure of the board; 

"continuing education A.D.E. for grant purposes" means the sum of the 
portion of the average daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of 
Ontario Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of pupils of the board enrolled in a 
course approved by the Minister, 

(a) established for adults for which one or more credits or credit 
equivalents may be granted or in an independent study course 
and, in the case of a separate school board other than a Roman 
Catholic school board, the course is in the intermediate division, 

(b) of citizenship and language instruction for persons admitted to 
Canada as permanent residents under the Immigration Act 
(Canada), 

(c) of English or French as a second language for adults whose first 
language is neither English nor French, or 

(d) of Native language instruction for adults, 
and in the case of, 

(e) a course described in clause (a), except for a pupil enrolled in an 
independent study course, for French-speaking adults in which 
French is the language of instruction, 

(f) a course described in clause (b), (c) or (d), or 

(g) a course described in clause (a), except for a pupil enrolled in an 
independent study course, offered in a secondary school that has 
an enrolment of fewer than 120 pupils per grade and that is 
located in a territorial district more than 80 kilometres from all 
other secondary schools in the Province that have the same 
language of instruction, 

where the number of pupils is fewer than IS, such number shall be 
increased by five or a lesser number, as the case requires, to a 
maximum of IS for the purpose of calculating the continuing 
education A.D.E. for grant purposes; 

"current cost of operating" means the current expenditure of the board 
less the sum of, 

(a) current expenditure for, 

(i) the capital element included in rent payable, 

(ii) transportation of pupils and persons qualified to be resident 
pupils to and from a school, a facility referred to in 
subsection 190 (3) of the Act or a centre referred to in 
subsection 190 (4) thereof, 

(iii) transportation of pupils from one school to another school 
or a facility referred to in subsection 190 (3) of the Act, 

(iv) board, lodging and weekly transportation of pupils under 
sections 190, 289 and 291 of the Act, 

(v) capital appurtenances, 

(vi) debt charges, other than debt charges in respect of the 
interest payments on debentures issued for operating 
purposes under Part III of the Municipal Affairs Act, 



(vii) tuition fees in respect of resident-external pupils of the 
board, 

(viii) P.A.C. in respect of resident-external pupils of the board, 

(ix) relocation of portable classrooms, 

(x) restoration of destroyed and damaged capital appur- 
tenances, and 

(xi) interest on short-term borrowings for the purchase of capital 
appurtenances, 

(b) the sum of, 

(i) tax adjustments, 

(ii) the costs of performing the duties of a municipal council in 
territory without municipal organization, 

(iii) provision for a reserve for working funds, 

(iv) provision for a reserve for tax reduction in 19%, 

(v) allocation to reserve funds, 

(c) current revenue from sources other than, 

(i) legislative grants except payments under subsections 
17 (2) and 18 (2), section 26, subsections 27 (1) and (4) 
and sections 40 and 41, 

(ii) taxes, payments in lieu of taxes and trailer fees, 

(iii) tuition fees in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, 

(iv) the P.A.C. in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, 

(v) the capital element included in rent receivable, 

(vi) disposal of capital appurtenances, 

(vii) insurance proceeds in respect of capital appurtenances, 

(viii) transfers from other funds, 

(ix) transfers from a reserve for working funds, 

(x) ttansfer from a reserve for tax reduction, 

(xi) accrued interest on debentures sold at date of sale thereof, 

(xii) interest earned on capital funds, 

(xiii) reimbursements of expenditure for transportation of pupils 
including payments under section 3S, 

(xiv) grants, except legislative grants, or other reimbursements 
for capital expenditure from the revenue fund, 

(xv) donations directed in writing by the donor to the purchase of 
a capital appurtenance and so applied, and 

(xvi) fees in respect of continuing education and summer school 
courses and classes, and 

(d) the greater of, 

(i) the sum of the amounts calculated under subclause 28 (a) (i) 
and section 29, and 



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(ii) the current expenditure of the board for continuing 
education and summer school courses or classes operated by 
the board; 

"day school A.D.E. of non-resident pupils" means the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is 
in respect of the resident-internal pupils of the board other than that 
portion that is in respect of pupils enrolled in the period from 
September 1, 1996 to December 31, 1996, and who, in the case of 
elementary school pupils, are enrolled in a junior kindergarten or 
who, in the case of secondary school pupils, are 21 years of age or 
over as of December 31,1 996; 

"day school A.D.E. of resident-external pupils" means the portion of 
the average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is 
in respect of resident-external pupils of the board other than that 
portion that is in respect of pupils enrolled in the period from 
September I, 1996 to December 31, 1996, and who, in the case of 
elementary school pupils, are enrolled in a junior kindergarten or 
who, in the case of secondary school pupils, are 21 years of age or 
over as of December 31, 1996; 

"day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils" means the portion of the 
average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario 
Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is 
in respect of resident-internal pupils of the board other than that 
portion that is in respect of pupils enrolled in the period from 
September 1, 1996 to December 31, 19% and who, in the case of 
elementary school pupils, are enrolled in a junior kindergarten or 
who, in the case of secondary school pupils, are 21 years of age or 
over as of December 31,1 996; 

"elementary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in a school 
operated by, 

(a) a district school area board, a Protestant separate school board, 
a Roman Catholic separate school board other than a Roman 
Catholic school board, or 

(b) a board of education or a Roman Catholic school board for the 
purposes of receiving education in the primary division, junior 
division or first two years of the intermediate division; 

"eligible sum for French as a first language" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $291 and the enrolment for a program 
provided in a French-language instructional unit, and 

(ii) where in 1996 the board establishes under section 289 of the 
Act a class in which French is the language of instruction in 
an elementary school where no such class was provided 
prior to September 2, 1974 and such class is approved by the 
Minister for grant purposes, 

(A) $5,400 if the class established in 1996 is the first, 

(B) $3,240 if the class established in 1996 is the second, 

(C) $2,160 if the class established in 1996 is the third, 
such class in the school, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of the products 
obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a program in a subject 
in a class established under section 291 of the Act in which 
French is the language of instruction, by the number of credits 



or credit equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for the 
subject or by, 

(i) $89 in the case of pupils enrolled in the intermediate 
division, or 

(ii) $95 in the case of pupils enrolled in the senior division, 

subject to the limitation that the maximum number of credits or 
courses for which no credit may be granted that may be taken 
into account for the purpose of this clause in respect of any one 
pupil is five; 

"eligible sum for French as a second language" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $119 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 40 
minutes per school day of instruction in French, 

(ii) the product of $229 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 40 or more minutes but less than 60 
minutes per school day of instruction in French, 

(iii) the product of $260 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of 60 or more minutes but less than 1 50 
minutes per school day of instruction in French, and 

(iv) the product of $291 and the enrolment for a program in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not 
French of an average of, 

(A) 150 minutes or more per school day of instruction in 
French, for pupils other than pupils enrolled in junior 
kindergarten or kindergarten, or 

(B) 75 minutes or more per school day of instruction in 
French, for pupils enrolled in junior kindergarten or 
kindergarten, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the products obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a 
program in the subject of French that is established for 
pupils whose first language is not French, by the number of 
credits or credit equivalents that may be granted to a pupil 
for such subject, and by, 

(A) $57 in the case of a subject offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(B) $75 in the case of a subject offered in the senior 
division, and 

(ii) the products obtained by multiplying the enrolment for a 
program established for pupils whose first language is not 
French and in which a subject other than French is taught in 
the French language, by the number of credits or credit 
equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for such subject, 
and by, 

(A) $94 in the case of a subject offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(B) $145 in the case of a subject offered in the senior 
division; 



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(a) the sum of $4,028 and the amounts per pupil that are set out in 
Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in 
Column 1 of Table 2, 

(b) 0.50, and 

(c) the sum of the products of the number of resident-internal and 
non-resident pupils of the board, 

(i) who on the last school day of September, 1995 are enrolled 
for an average of 300 or more minutes per school day in a 
kindergarten operated by the board and 0.6, and 

(it) who on the last school day of October, 1 996 are enrolled for 
an average of 300 or more minutes per school day in a 
kindergarten operated by the board and 0.4; 

"eligible sum for junior kindergarten" means the product of, 

(a) the sum of $4,028 and the amounts per pupil that are set out in 
Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in 
Column 1 of Table 2, and 

(b) the portion of the average daily enrolment calculated under 
section 2 of Ontario Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average 
Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal pupils of 
the board enrolled in the period from September 1, 1996 to 
December 31, 1996 in a junior kindergarten; 

"eligible sum for Native as a second language" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the sum of, 

(i) the product of $219 and the enrolment in a Native language 
program of an average of 20 or more minutes but less than 
40 minutes per school day, 

(ii) the product of $389 and the enrolment in a Native language 
program of an average of 40 or more minutes per school day, 
and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the sum of the 
products obtained by multiplying the enrolment in a Native 
language program by the number of credits or credit 
equivalents that may be granted to a pupil for such program, 
and by, 

(i) $57 in the case of a program offered in the intermediate 
division, or 

(ii) $75 in the case of a program offered in the senior division; 

"enrolment for a program" means the sum of, 

(a) the product of 0.6 and the number of resident-internal pupils and 
non-resident pupils of the board who on the last school day of 
September, 1995 are registered in the program, and 

(b) the product of 0.4 and the number of resident-internal pupils and 
non-resident pupils of the board who on the last school day of 
October, 1996 are registered in the program and who are 20 
years of age or under as of December 31,1 996; 

"enrolment in a Native language program" means the sum of the 
products of the number of resident-internal pupils and non-resident 
pupils of the board, other than those whose fees are receivable from 
Canada or from a band, council of a band or education authority 



authorized by the Crown in right of Canada to provide education for 
Indians, 

(a) who on the last school day of September, 1995 are registered in 
the program and 0.6, and 

(b) who on the last school day of October, 1996 are registered in the 
program and 0.4; 

"E.A." means equalized assessment for a board and is equal to the sum 
of the equalized assessment for the municipalities or localities within 
the jurisdiction of the board; 

"equalized assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
quotient obtained by dividing the product of 100 and the sum of the 
assessment and the equivalent assessment for the municipality or 
locality by the A.E.F. for grant purposes; 

"equivalent assessment for a municipality or locality" means the 
amount of assessment that would yield an amount equal to the sums 
payable or allocated by the municipality or locality to a board in 
respect of, 

(a) the tax levied under subsections 159 (12) and (13) of the 
Municipal Act that is paid or allocated to the board, and 

(b) payments in lieu of taxes, 

if such assessment were levied upon at the rate levied in 1995 in the 
municipality or locality for the purposes of the board on residential 
and farm assessment, or such amount as adjusted by the Minister; 

"isolate board" means a district school area board, a rural separate 
school board, a combined Roman Catholic separate school board, a 
Protestant separate school board or a secondary school board; 

"maximum recognized day school O.E." means the amount calculated 
as follows, 

A - (B X A ), correct to two places of decimals 
B-kC 



except where A is greater than 1 it shall be 1, and 
B + C 



where. 



A= the sum of, 

(a) the product of $4,028 and the portion of the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils that is in respect of 
elementary school pupils, and 

(b) the product of $5, 1 1 6 and the portion of the day school 
A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils that is m respect of 
secondary school pupils, 

B= the excess of, 

(a) the total of the salaries, wages and related employee 
benefits that are not payable to teachers and other 
employees of the board because of a strike or lockout, 
other than salaries, wages and employee benefits for 
instruction of summer schools, international languages 
classes and courses referred to in the definition 
"continuing education A.D.E. for grant purposes", 



(b) the expenditures incurred by the board that are 
approved by the Minister and are attributable to a strike 



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or lockout of the employees for which the savings for 
salaries, wages and employee benefits are included in 
clause (a) except a provision for a reserve for tax 
reduction, and 

C= O.E. less tuition fees in respect of resident-external pupils of 
the board; 

"MR" means the standard mill rate for R.O.E. and is equal to 0.01 1 254, 
except that in the case of an unextended area board, it is equal to 
0.006240 for elementary school purposes or 0.005014 for secondary 
school purposes; 

"MRl" means the standard mill rate for recognized extraordinary 
expenditure and is equal to 0.000113, except that in the case of an 
unextended area board, it is equal to 0.000073 for elementary school 
purposes or 0.000040 for secondary school purposes; 

"MR2" means the standard mill rate for operating expenditure and is 
equal to 0.000257, except that in the case of an unextended area 
board, it is equal to 0.000155 for elementary school purposes or 
0.000102 for secondary school purposes; 

"non-resident pupil" of a board means a pupil, other than a pupil from 
outside Ontario enrolled at a school under a student exchange 
program approved by the board, who is enrolled at a school operated 
by the board, 

(a) in respect of whom, 

(i) the Minister pays the cost of education, 

(ii) the board charges a fee to another board, 

(iii) the board may charge a fee to Canada, to a board appointed 
under section 68 of the Act or to a source outside Ontario, or 

(iv) the board may charge a fee to a band, the council of a band 
or education authority that is authorized by the Crown in the 
right of Canada to provide education for Indians, 

(b) who is a registered Indian residing on a reserve as defmed in the 
Indian Act (Canada), or 

(c) who is a pupil in Canada as a visitor or as a student under the 
Immigration Act (Canada) for whom the board is required under 
subsection 49 (6) of the Act to charge the maximum fee 
calculated in accordance with the regulations; 

"O.E." means ordinary expenditure and is equal to the current cost of 
operating increased by current expenditure for tuition fees in respect 
of resident-external pupils of the board, and reduced by the sum of, 

(a) the eligible sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum 
for French as a second language, the eligible sum for junior 
kindergarten, the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten, the 
eligible sum for Native as a second language, 

(b) cost of education payable under sections 32 to 34, inclusive, 
reduced by the P.A.C. included in such cost of education, 

(c) current revenue for tuition fees in respect of non-resident pupils 
of the board, 

(d) grants for reduction in class size for grades 1 and 2 determined 
under section 22, 

(e) grants for small schools, small boards, small sections, goods and 
services, compensatory education, declining enrolment, 
language instruction, mixed schools and technical education 



determined under sections 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20 and 25 
respectively, 

(f) assistance for open-access tuition fees determined under section 
39. 

(g) grants providing special compensation for pooling determined 
under section 45, 

(h) grants for French-language equivalency determined under 
section 16, and 

(i) the amount described as A in the calculation of the grant for pay 
equity determined under section 30; 

"payment in lieu of taxes" means, in respect of a municipality, the sum 
of, 

(a) the amounts payable by the municipality to the board under 
subsection 7 (10) of the Housing Development Act, under 
subsection 445 (4) of the Municipal Act and under subsection 
52 (9) of the Power Corporation Act, 

(b) the amount paid by the municipality to the board that is in excess 
of the amount requisitioned by the board and which is in respect 
of an allocation of taxes or payments in lieu of taxes other than 
the amount receivable by the board under section 35 of the 
Assessment Act, 

(c) the amounts receivable by the board from subscriptions in lieu 
of taxes, and 

(d) the amounts payable by the municipality to the board under 
section 2 of the Municipal and School Board Payments 
Adjustment Act; 

"psychiatric facility" means a children's mental health centre 
established or approved under subsection 8 (1) of Part I (Rexible 
Services) of the Child and Family Services Act, or a facility 
designated as a psychiatric facility under the Mental Health Act 
and includes the private hospital known as "The Villa" and located 
in the City of Vaughan; 

"RA.C." means the pupil accommodation charge for a pupil and is equal 
to the product of the portion of the average daily enrolment 
calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 120/% 
(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of the 
pupil and $141 in the case of an elementary school pupil or $282 in 
the case of a secondary school pupil; 

"R.E.E." means recognized extraordinary expenditure and is equal to 
the sum of, 

(a) debt charges payable by the board or on its behalf by a 
municipality or a county in respect of the portion of a debenture 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes, 

(b) the restoration of the items referred to in clauses (d) and (e) of 
the definition "capital appurtenances" up to the amount of the 
proceeds of insurance in respect of their loss, 

(c) the lesser of, 

(i) expenditure for items referred to in clause (e) of the 
definition of "capital appurtenances" less the sum of, 

(A) such expenditure included in clause (b), 

(B) such expenditure eligible for grant under subsection 
27 (3)or section 51, and 



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(C) current revenue from donations that is not deducted in 
the determination of current cost of operating under 
subclause (c) (xv) of the definition of "current cost of 
operating" except such revenue from donations that is 
applied to expenditure for capital appurtenances that 
is other than expenditure for furniture and equipment 
included in this subclause, and 

(ii) the sum of, 

(A) current revenue from the sale or disposal of items 
referred to in clause (e) of the definition of "capital 
appurtenances", 

(B) the product of $20 and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils of the board, 

less the portion of the revenue from the sale or disposal of, and from 
insurance proceeds in respect of, capital appurtenances that is 
designated by the Minister as deductible from R.E.E., 

(d) the portion approved by the Minister for grant purposes of the 
capital element included in rent payable, 

(e) the P.A.C. in respect of resident-external pupils of the board, 

(f) the portion of the expenditure for the relocation of portable 
classrooms that is not in excess of the product of $4,250 and the 
number of relocations approved by the Minister, and 

(g) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
training of teachers in the use of technological equipment for 
instructional purposes, 

less the sum of, 

(h) the P.A.C. in respect of non-resident pupils of the board, and 

(i) the portion of the capital element included in rent receivable that 
is designated by the Minister as deductible from R.E.E.; 

"R.O.E." means recognized ordinary expenditure and is equal to the 
lesser of the O.E. and the sum of, 

(a) the maximum recognized day school O.E., 

(b) the teacher qualifications and experience adjustment, 

(c) the recognized tuition fees, and 

(d) the sum of, 

(i) the portion of the expenditure that is approved by the 
Minister for training assistance of designated persons as 
specified in Regulation 312 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 (Training Assistance), and 

(ii) the portion of the salaries, wages and benefits paid by the 
board to designated persons referred to in subclause (i) that 
is approved by the Minister and that is in respect of the 
portion of the designated person's contract time during 1996 
that is specified, in a written agreement between the 
designated person and the board, as being directed towards 
training and released from board-assigned duties; 

"recognized expenditure for instructional computers" means the sum 
of. 



(a) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
purchase or lease of computer hardware for insUuctional 
purposes, 

(b) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
training of teachers in the use of computer technology for 
instructional purposes, and 

(c) the portion of the expenditure approved by the Minister for the 
purchase of computer software for instructional purposes; 

"recognized tuition fees" means the expenditure for tuition fees less the 
sum of, 

(a) the product of $4,028 in the case of an elementary school pupil 
or $4,920 in the case of a secondary school pupil and the number 
by which the average daily enrolment in respect of 
resident-external pupils of the board is increased for fee 
purposes by the application of factors determined under 
subsection 3 (4) of Ontario Regulation 119/96 (Calculation of 
Fees for Pupils), 

(b) the sum of the amounts that are determined for the board, in 
respect of each of the boards with which the board has the same 
or part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows, 



A X (B - C) 



where. 



A = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-external 
pupils of the board that is in respect of secondary school 
pupils for whom fees are payable to the board that has the 
same or part of the same area of jurisdiction, 

B = the tuition fee charged by the board that has the same or part 
of the same area of jurisdiction as determined under clause 
3 (I) (c) of Ontario Regulation 119/96 (Calculation of Fees 
for Pupils), that is in respect of secondary school pupils, and 

C = the sum of $4,920 and the amounts per pupil that are set out 
in Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the 
board in Column 1 of Table 2 and, where the amount is 
negative, it shall be zero, and 

(c) the product of $2,257 and the portion of the average daily 
enrolment calculated under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 
120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) that is in 
respect of resident-external pupils who are enrolled in the period 
from September I, 1996 to December 31, 1996 and who are 21 
years of age or over as of December 31, 1 996 ; 

"resident-external pupil" of a board means a pupil whose fee is payable 
by the board; 

"resident-internal pupil" of a board means a pupil, other than a 
non-resident pupil, who is enrolled at a school operated by the board; 

"secondary school pupil" means a pupil who is enrolled in a school 
operated by, 

(a) a secondary school board, or 

(b) a board of education or a Roman Catholic school board for the 
purposes of receiving education in the last two years of the 
intermediate division or in the senior division; 

"summer school A.D.E. for grant purposes" means the sum of, 

(a) in respect of elementary school pupils, the portion of the average 
daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of Ontario 



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Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) 
that is in respect of pupils enrolled in summer schools in a course 
of study for the developmentally delayed and the course is 
approved by the Minister for grant purposes, and 

(b) in respect of secondary school pupils, the portion of the average 
daily enrolment calculated under section 3 of Ontario 
Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment) 
that is in respect of pupils enrolled in summer schools in a course 
for which credits or credit equivalents may be granted, and the 
course is approved by the Minister for grant purposes; 

"teacher qualifications and experience adjustment" means the product 
of, 

(a) the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board, 

(b) the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 1 1 of Table 2 
opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2, and 

(c) where a strike or lockout of certain employees of the board 
occurs during the year, the ratio of the O.E. to the sum of the O.E. 
and the excess described as B in the defmition of "maximum 
recognized day school O.E."; 

"tuition fees" means fees for instruction of pupils, less any P.A.C. that 
is included therein in respect of such pupils; 

"unextended area board" means a board that is not entitled to levy both 
elementary and secondary school rates on all its supporters. 

Conditions 

2. ( 1) The legislative grant payable for 1996 to a board other than an 
isolate board or a board appointed under section 68 of the Act shall be 
the sum of the amounts calculated under sections 8 to 45, inclusive, and 
section 50. 

(2) The legislative grant payable for 1996 to an isolate board shall be 
the sum of the amounts calculated under sections 32 to 35, inclusive, 
and section 47. 

(3) The legislative grant payable for 1996 to a board appointed under 
section 68 of the Act shall be the sum of the amounts calculated under 
sections 32 to 35, inclusive, and section 49. 

(4) Calculations under this Regulation shall, unless otherwise 
provided, be made using data for 1996. 

3. For the purposes of this Regulation, The Metropolitan Toronto 
School Board and the boards of education as provided in section 1 23 of 
the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto Act shall be deemed to be 
one divisional board of education and the area municipalities as 
provided in section 1 of that Act shall be deemed to be one urban 
municipality. 

4. (I) The legislative grant payable to an unextended area board 
shall be calculated separately for elementary school purposes and for 
secondary school purposes. 

(2) The legislative grant payable to a board for elementary school 
purposes shall be applied to elementary school purposes. 

(3) The legislative grant payable to a board for secondary school 
purposes shall be applied to secondary school purposes. 

5. ( I ) Where in respect of a board the calculation made to determine 
a legislative grant described under a section of this Regulation results 
in a negative amount, the sum of the amounts calculated as payable 



under the other section or sections of this Regulation shall be reduced 
by the negative amount, and the remainder obtained thereby is the 
legislative grant payable to the board. 

(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), the legislative grant payable to 
a board shall not be less than the sum of, 

(a) the product of, 

(i) the amount calculated for the board under section 27, and 

(ii) an estimate approved by the Minister of the average number 
of pupils enrolled on each school day in 1996 in the 
educational programs provided by the board in the facilities 
referred to in section 27 and who, except as to residence, 
would be qualified to be resident pupils of another board, 
divided by the average number of pupils enrolled on each 
school day in 1996 in the educational programs provided by 
the board in the facilities referred to in section 27; 

(b) the product of, 

(i) the amount calculated for the board under sections 32 to 35, 
inclusive, and 

(ii) an estimate approved by the Minister of the average number 
of pupils enrolled on each school day in 1996 for whom a 
grant is payable under sections 32 to 35, inclusive, and who, 
except as to residence, would be qualified to be resident 
pupils of another board, divided by the average number of 
pupils enrolled on each school day in 1996 for whom a grant 
is payable under sections 32 to 35, inclusive; and 

(c) the sum of the amounts calculated under section 50 in respect of 
projects approved by the Minister under an agreement for the 
transfer of the use or ownership of real property from a public 
board to a Roman Catholic school board, and in respect of 
projects approved by the Minister under the Canada-Ontario 
Infrastructure Works Program. 

6. ( 1 ) It is a condition of the payment to a board of a legislative grant 
that the board comply with the Acts administered by the Minister and 
with the regulations and policy and program initiatives authorized 
under those Acts and, if a board fails to comply, the Minister may 
withhold all or part of a legislative grant payable until the board takes 
the action necessary to correct the condition that caused the grant to be 
withheld. 

(2) Where the legislative grant payable under this Regulation is 
overpaid, the board shall refund the amount of the overpayment to the 
Province of Ontario. 

(3) Where the legislative grant payable under this Regulation is 
underpaid, the amount of the underpayment shall be paid to the board. 

(4) Where the amount payable to a board under a previous regulation 
was either overpaid or underpaid, the overpayment or underpayment, 
as the case may be, shall be deducted from or added to the legislative 
grant payable under this Regulation to the board that has jurisdiction in 
the area for which the adjustment is necessary. 

(5) Where a board is convicted of an offence or is held by a court to 
have contravened an Act, the Minister may exclude from grant 
assistance the expenditure by the board for legal fees payable and fines 
and damage awards imposed in respect of such conviction or 
contfavention. 

7. ( I ) The calculation and payment to a board of the legislative grant 
for the year 1996 shall be made in accordance with the Regulation. 

(2) The legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid 
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(3) The legislative grant payable under this Regulation shall be paid 
on an estimated basis during 1996 and such adjustments as may be 
necessary shall be made when the actual fmancial data and average 
daily enrolments are available. 

(4) Where the portion of the moneys appropriated by the legislature 
for legislative grants to boards for the provincial fiscal year 1996-97 
that is allocated by the Minister to pay the balance owing under a 
regulation in respect of legislative grants for a previous year and the 
instalments payable during the provincial fiscal year 1996-97 under 
this Regulation except this subsection is more than sufficient or 
insufficient for such purposes, the Minister may increase or decrease, 
as the case may be, the total of the legislative grants payable under 
section 8 by the amount of such surplus or insufficiency by adjusting 
the mill rates referred to in the definition of "MR". 



GRANT FOR SMA1,L BOARDS 

11. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional administrative 
costs of operating a board with a low enrolment, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 3 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column I of Table 2. 

GRANT FOR SMAIX SECTIONS 

12. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional administrative 
costs of operating a section with a low enrolment, a grant equal to the 
product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board 
and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 4 of Table 2 opposite 
the name of the board in Column I of Table 2. 



Category 1— Basic Per Pupil Grant 

grant for recognized ordinary expenditure 

8. A board shall be paid a grant calculated as follows, 

R.O.E. - (Q X MR X E.A.) 

where, 

Q = the quotient, correct to five places of decimals, obtained by 
dividing R.O.E. by the sum of, 

(a) the maximum recognized day school O.E., 

(b) the amount determined in the definition of "maximum 
recognized day school O.E." in respect of the portion of the 
formula therein described as, 

(B X _A_) 
B -I- C 

(c) the product of the portion of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the board that is in respect of 
elementary school pupils and the sum of $4,028 and the 
amount per pupil that is set out in Column 10 of Table 2 
opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2, and 

(d) the product of the portion of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the board that is in respect of 
secondary school pupils and the sum of $4,920 and the 
amount per pupil that is set out in Column 10 of Table 2 
opposite the name of the board in Column I of Table 2. 

Category 2— Board Speohc Grants 

grant for french as a first language 

9. A board shall be paid, in respect of schools and classes 
established under section 289 or 291 of the Act where French is the 
language of instruction, a grant equal to the eligible sum for French as 
a first language. 

GRANT FOR SMALL SCHOOLS 

10. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of operating small isolated schools, a grant equal to the product 
of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the board and the 
amount per pupil that is set out in Column 2 of Table 2 opposite the 
name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 



GRANT for goods AND SERVICES 

13. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of purchasing goods and obtaining services in remote areas, a 
grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 

5 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 

GRANT FOR COMPENSATORY EDUCATION 

14. A board shall be paid, in respect of the additional costs to the 
board of providing compensatory education programs and services, a 
grant equal to the product of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the board and the amount per pupil that is set out in Column 

6 of Table 2 opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of Table 2. 

GRANT FOR DECLINING ENROLMENT 

15. A board shall be paid, in respect of declining enrolment, a grant 
equal to the sum of the amounts calculated separately in respect of 
elementary school pupils and in respect of secondary school pupils, as 
follows, 

(A X B X C X D) 



where, 

A =( ADE.95 -ADE.ADJ.95 
ADE.96 + ADE.EB.96 



I), correct to 
four places of decimals, 



B = 0.5 if C is less than or equal to 4,000, 

= 0.25 if C is greater than or equal to 14,000, 

= 0.5 X ( 1 - C - 4.000 ). correct to two places of decimals, if C is 
20,000 greater than 4,000 but less than 14,000, 

C = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of 
the board that is in respect of elementary school pupils or second- 
ary school pupils, as the case requires, 

D = the sum of $4,028 for elementary school purposes or $4,920 for 
secondary school purposes as the case requires and the amount 
per pupil that is set out in Column 10 of Table 2 opposite the name 
of the board in Column I of Table 2, 

where, 

ADE.96 means the sum of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
non-resident pupils that is in respect of elementary school pupils 
or secondary school pupils, as the case requires, 

ADE.95 means the sum of the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 



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non-resident pupils as defined in Ontario Regulation 113/95 
(General Legislative Grants, 1995) that is in respect of 
elementary school pupils or secondary school pupils, as the case 
requires, 

ADE.EB.96 means the amount by which ADE.% was reduced as 
a result of the transfer of elementary or secondary schools 
referred to in section 40, as the case requires, 



secondary school pupils for whom fees are payable to the 
board that has the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction as the French-language board, 

the lesser of the over-ceiling expenditure per pupil of the 
French-language board or the over-ceiling expenditure per 
pupil of the board that has the same or part of the same area 
of jurisdiction as the French-language board, and 



ADE.ADJ.95 means an estimate of the portion of ADE.95 that is 
in respect of pupils enrolled in the period from September 1 , 
1995 to December 31, 1995 and who, in the case of elementary 
school pupils, were enrolled in a junior kindergarten or who, in 
the case of secondary school pupils, were 2 1 years of age or over 
as of December 31,1 995, and 

where the amount calculated under this section is a negative 
amount, it shall be zero. 

GRANT FOR FRENCH-LANGUAGE EQUIVALENCY 

16. (1) A public French-language board shall be paid a grant in 
respect of equivalency to the public English-language boards that have 
the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction. 

(2) A Roman Catholic French-language board shall be paid a grant 
in respect of equivalency to the Roman Catholic English-language 
boards that have the same or part of the same area of jurisdiction. 

(3) The grant paid to the public or Roman Catholic French-language 
board under subsection (1) or (2) shall be equal to the sum of, 

(a) the sum of the amounts that are determined in respect of each of 
the public or Roman Catholic English-language boards, as the 
case may be, that have the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction as the French-language board, calculated as follows. 



A X B X (1 



E) 
F 



where. 



A = the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal 
pupils of the French-language board that reside in the 
jurisdiction of the English-language board, 

B = the over-ceiling expenditure per pupil of the English- 
language board, 

E = the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the 
French-language board by the sum of the day school A.D.E. 
of resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the French-language board, and 

F= the quotient obtained by dividing the E.A. for the 
English-language board by the sum of the day school A.D.E. 
of resident-internal pupils and the day school A.D.E. of 
resident-external pupils of the English-language board; and 

(b) the sum of the amounts that are determined in respect of each of 
the boards that have the same or part of the same area of 
jurisdiction as the French-language board, calculated as follows. 



C X D X (1 - G) 



where. 



G = the wealth ratio of the French-language board. 

(4) For the purpose of this section, 

"over-ceiling expenditure per pupil" for a board means the quotient 
obtained by dividing, 

(a) the current cost of operating of the board, increased by the strike 
savings referred to as item "B" in the definition of "maximum 
recognized day school O.E.", and reduced by the sum of the 
eligible sum for French as a first language, the eligible sum for 
French as a second language, the eligible sum for Native as a 
second language, the eligible sum for full-day kindergarten, the 
amount described as A in the calculation of the grant for pay 
equity under section 30, the grants for declining enrolment, 
reduction in class-size in grades 1 and 2 and special 
compensation for pooling determined under sections 15, 22 and 
45, respectively, and the sum of the amounts calculated for 
elementary school purposes and for secondary school purposes 
equal to the product of the average daily enrolment calculated 
under section 2 of Ontario Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of 
Average Daily Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal 
and non-resident pupils of the board and the sum of $4,028 in the 
case of elementary school pupils or $4,920 in the case of 
secondary school pupils and the amounts per pupil that are set 
out in Columns 10 and 1 1 of Table 2 opposite the name of the 
board in Column 1 of Table 2, 



by 



(b) the average daily enrolment calculated under section 2 of 
Ontario Regulation 120/96 (Calculation of Average Daily 
Enrolment) that is in respect of resident-internal and 
non-resident pupils of the board; 

"public English-language board" means a board but does not include a 
public French-language board, a Roman Catholic English-language 
board, a Roman Catholic French-language board or a Protestant 
separate school board; 

"public French-language board" means a board established under 
subsection 11 (13) of the Act that is not a Roman Catholic 
French-language board; 

"Roman Catholic English-language board" means a separate school 
board but does not include a Roman Catholic French-language 
board; 

"Roman Catholic French-language board" means a board established 
under subsection II (13) of the Act, the members of which are 
required to be Roman Catholic; 

"wealth ratio", for a public or Roman Catholic French-language board, 
means the quotient obtained by dividing the amount described as "E" 
for the French-language board by the sum of the amounts that are 
determined in respect of each of the public or Roman Catholic 
English-language boards, as the case may be, that have the same or 
part of the same area of jurisdiction, calculated as follows. 



the portion of the day school A.D.E. of resident-external 
pupils of the French-language board that is in respect of 



A X F 
H 



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where "A" and "F* have the same meaning as described in 
subsection (3), and 

H = the day school A.D.E. of resident-internal pupils of the 
French-language board. 

Category 3— Program Speanc Grants 

GRANT FOR FRENCH AS A SECOND l^NGUAGE 

17. (1) A board shall be paid, in respect of instruction in French in 
classes established for pupils whose first language is not French, a grant 
calculated as follows. 



(. 



100 X B 



X MRl X